dynaCERT (TSX.V-DYA) (OTCQB: DYFSF) announced that it has successfully filed a Provisional Patent Application in the United States for the following patent: “Systems and Methods for Tracking Greenhouse Gas Emissions Associated With an Entity”.
Our system incorporates dynaCERT’s proprietary technology which has been developed after years of extensive trials and research. dynaCERT now has the state-of-the-art capability to accurately track, measure and report on greenhouse gas emissions associated with many proponents operating in a diverse set of trades such as Residential, Industrial, Commercial, Power Generation, Railway, Marine, Aviation, On/Off Road and Agricultural applications.
The data collected will be used to determine the amount of greenhouse gas credits or offsets with a view to certify carbon credits in a scientific manner and moreover, do so quickly and in opportune time.
Conservative systems used today for analyzing and reporting greenhouse gas emissions characteristically rely on simply receiving emission related information from users. Consequently, the conventional systems are typically inaccurate and inefficient and often can not stand to audit nor reliability.
This dynaCERT patent application aims to firmly establish our long-standing corporate mission in its relentless pursuit to help the world reduce its carbon footprint in a most effective manner.
The inventors, David Bridge & Ruston Hoffman, who have been integral to the senior dynaCERT strategic team, state, “After months of hard work, this is yet another unique innovation that will further build and enhance our patent portfolio within the Carbon Emission Reduction Technology arena.”
Jim Payne, President & CEO of dynaCERT, commented, “Breakthrough patent applications like this one require intelligence, hard work and time to prepare and I am especially proud of how our team is collaborating together to achieve even loftier goals than any one individual could reach by oneself. This is another milestone achieved in our quest to be a global leader in tracking carbon credits and carbon emission reduction technologies.”