December 4, 2017 – dynaCERT Inc. (TSX VENTURE: DYA) (OTCQB: DYFSF) (DAX: DMJ) is pleased to provide the following update:
dynaCERT management and board members hosted executives from the All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC) on November 21-24, 2017. The AIMTC is an association that began in 1936. Currently the AIMTC members manage over 10 million trucks and 5 million buses in the India market.
The AIMTC was presented with all the relevant information concerning the opportunity of dynaCERT’s HydraGEN™ Technology. The Company showcased our two new HG1 models and the upcoming HG2 Unit for large trucks, small trucks, busses and power generators. The presentation by dynaCERT and the Omni News Video of the India Congress may be viewed on the web page of dynaCERT at www.dynaCERT.com.
Former Cummins Eastern Canada President, Mike Christodoulou, a member of the dynaCERT Advisory Board, who dialogued with the executives from India, states, “dynaCERT‘s HydraGEN™ Technology continues to produce very desirable results in on-highway transportation applications. Most recently, the highly accredited PIT Group in Montreal, greatly considered the gold standard in automotive technology testing, reported some very impressive fuel and emissions figures. Performance of the HydraGEN™ HG1 Unit reduced fuel consumption by 5.9% during PIT’s tests which follows the TMC Fuel Consumption Test protocol. And, NOx and CO2 were reduced by 46% and 50%, respectively.”
Mr. Christodoulou goes on to say that, “I spoke directly with PIT Group representatives who claimed they had not seen these kinds of numbers in previously tested aftermarket technologies and that dynaCERT‘s results would be envied by other fuel improvement and carbon reducing technology providers.” He adds, “The key here is that the tests were performed to PIT’s standards and, according to PIT, the results were measurable and consistent.” It is important to note that third-party validation of the systems using trace amounts of Hydrogen Gas injected into the air intake of engines, such as dynaCERT‘s technology, has been conducted at a large number of testing institutions all of which have provided outstanding results, including NASA, Argonne National Laboratory, Jet Propulsion Labs and the California Institute of Technology among many others. Christodoulou adds, “The PIT Group’s findings make it very clear that this technology works. It’s positive impact on the trucking industry and the environment should cause trucking executives and political leaders alike to have this technology on the forefront of their agendas.”
The India group of businessmen indicated their interest to embrace commercial opportunities with Canadian technology business developers such as dynaCERT. Currently, the primary concern in India is air pollution. In Delhi, for example, the media has reported severe smog and traffic incidents caused by carbon emissions which have alarmed the trucking industry in India. Discussions were held on several trade positions including direct sales from Canada and future manufacturing in India for the South Asian region which includes Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka. The South Asian countries have a combined population of nearly 2 billion people.
The India group of businessmen also complimented dynaCERT and its management for its world-wide applications of its HydraGEN Technology. Mr. Kultaran Singh Atwal, Chairman of the AIMTC stated, “Our recent visit to dynaCERT has been an incredible experience. Our members were quite impressed by their fuel saving and green/clean technology. India needs dynaCERT’s technology for its future growth and to bring down the ever increasing and alarming pollution levels. We look forward to doing business with them in the coming years.”
These issues are significant to governments and citizens alike. Both the Canadian Federal Government and the Ontario Provincial Government were in attendance.
The Government of Ontario sent their representative, Ms. Harinder Malhi, MPP, the associate to the Honourable Premier Ms. Kathleen Wynne, who opened the congress. The congress was assured that the Government of Ontario is closely watching the international progress of dynaCERT and pleased to further the Company’s efforts in exports to the world. In addition, Mr. Vic Dhillon, MPP and Mr. T.K Pandey, Director of the Indian Importers Chambers of Commerce & Industry, were distinct speakers at the congress. At a reception afterwards, several other prominent Ontario political figures were in attendance to greet the dynaCERT team and the many Indian business professionals, including Ms. Sara Singh, Ontario’s NDP MPP Candidate for Brampton Centre.
The Federal Government was also prominent with their presence at the conference. Mr. Hersh Gandhi, Executive Assistant to the Honourable Kamal Khera, Member of Parliament and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of National Revenue presented to Mr. Jim Payne a unique certificate of congratulations and thanks from the Government of Canada. Jai Naraine, representing Ramesh Sangha, Member of Parliament of the Government of Canada, held high level talks with Mr. Jim Payne and senior management. Mr. Sukh Dhaliwal, Federal MP joined the delegates in Surrey, BC.
Marc Bertrand, former CEO of Mega Brands and a member of the Advisory Board of dynaCERT, attended the event and remarked, “With up to 30%-50% reduction in carbon emissions, dynaCERT‘s technology will have a significant impact on pollution in India. It was nice to have the Provincial and Federal Government participate at this event. dynaCERT has advanced the HydraGEN™ Technology that can help all governments internationally meet their carbon reduction targets. We look forward to creating programs and collaborating with governments world-wide to support the commercialisation of these products.”
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