dynaCERT $DYA $DYFSF Lowers Carbon Emissions and Offers Greater Fuel Efficiency

Lowering carbon emissions and offering greater fuel efficiency

dynaCERT (TSX-DYA) (OTCQX-DYFSF) manufactures and distributes carbon emission reduction technology for use with internal combustion engines. As part of the growing global hydrogen economy, its patented technology creates hydrogen and oxygen on-demand through a unique electrolysis system. It also supplies these gases through the air intake. This enhances combustion, resulting in lower carbon emissions and greater fuel efficiency.

Further, the company’s technology is designed for use with many types and sizes of diesel engines used in on-road vehicles, reefer trailers, off-road construction, power generation, mining and forestry equipment, marine vessels and railroad locomotives.

To further explain, the technology improves the fuel economy by an average of ten to fifteen percent. However, more importantly, it reduces the emissions by an average of 50 percent. Nitrogen Oxide is what’s driving the greenhouse problem that we see today. “Our technology reduces that NOx by up to 88 percent right at the combustion, right at the burn within a diesel engine,” says President and CEO, Jim Payne.

dynaCERT also has worldwide patents. The company has gone to great extreme to have its technology proven worldwide and be tested, verified and certified globally. Additionally, they now have offices in Europe.

“We have a technology right now that can make such a significant difference in the world and at the same time pay for itself. I mean, I think that’s a very, very attractive solution,” says Payne.

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dynaCERT Set for Meteoric-Like Rise as an ESG Powerhouse

dynaCERT’s family of units for 12 different verticals

The magnitude developing for dynaCERT Inc. fuel saving & Carbon Emission Reduction Technology positions the Company as a leader in the ESG investment sector.

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HG technology is proven to result in up to 88.7% reduction in NOx emissions, ~50% reduction in CO, 6-19% reduction in CO2, ~57.1% reduction in Total Hydrocarbon, 55%+ reduction in particulate matter”

— Market Equities Research Group

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, October 1, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — dynaCERT Inc. (TSX: DYA) (OTCQB: DYFSF) (Frankfurt: DMI) is the subject of a Market Equities Research Group Market Bulletin, the full copy of which may be viewed at https://marketequitiesresearch.com/marketbulletin-dynacert-esg-powerhouse-Oct1-2020.htm online. The following is an excerpt.

dynaCERT Inc. recently graduated to trading on the Canadian TSX Big Board. As a condition, prior to listing transition, the TSX exchange required dynaCERT do one capital raise based on a brokered deal (despite the fact the Company did NOT require the funds). Demand to participate was exceptionally high and as a result 5 brokers came together as a consortium, acknowledging the future is so bright for dynaCERT that they all wanted to be part of this emerging Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investment. HG Carbon Emission Reduction Technology has taken many years (~C$60 million) to perfect and is now just beginning to scale, with major potential as the only company with the patents and technology, proven, in production, able to provide an immediate solution to reduce global air pollution. The broker consortium did a bought deal, raising C$21 million from institutions overnight, however dynaCERT paired it down and accepted ~C$8M.

dynaCERT is now recognized in important circles as the future of carbon credits. The United Nations has certified dynaCERT’s product under its Smart Sustainable Cities Program. Additionally, earlier this year, dynaCERT’s CEO was invited to be a keynote speaker at the World Climate Summit in the UK (originally scheduled for November-2020), they asked the CEO to speak on the world’s carbon credits and the future of the world’s carbon credits. Due to COVID19 the summit has been postponed until the later part of 2021, but the fact dynaCERT is earmarked as a keynote guest speaker speaks volumes to the level of coordinated governmental support for dynaCERT’s carbon credit tracking/auditing technology to be advanced globally as the only universally accepted standard ready for mass adoption. See overview further below of dynaCERT’s proprietary HydraLytica™ tracking & auditing software, how it is key for the Company’s carbon credit plans, and just how big this is setting up to be.

dynaCERT Inc. is looking exceptionally strong on all fronts. The Company has re-emerged from the COVID-19 hiatus financially healthy and appears just now entering a hockey-stick pattern of growth. Shares of DYA currently trades under C$1/share and present an opportunity for investors to experience extraordinary gains. In fact, the Company’s CEO, Jim Payne, minces no words, he clearly envisions dynaCERT eventually growing to becoming a Fortune 500 company. The independent investment bank GBC AG, headquartered in Augsburg, Germany upgraded (in August-2020) its near-term price target for DYA to $2.20/share, and sees a mid-term pathway to even significantly higher valuations. There are over 1 billion diesel engines in the world, including over 200 million diesel trucks — dynaCERT’s HG units are just starting to penetrate various industrial sectors, plus there is the entire carbon credit division with dynaCERT taking the lead globally, it is still under development and yet to begin monetization; some investment pundits have stated a pathway to >$20+/share near to mid-term is not unreasonable with the right news flow.

A class-8 engine HG-1 unit goes out the door to a dealer for ~C$6,200 to dynaCERT netting 50% gross margins – the math will reach in the multi-billions of dollars in short-order as this takes off globally. Haywood Securities performed an upside case (3 shifts/day = 72,000 units/yr) based on dynaCERT’s current production capacity of HG-1 units at its facility in Toronto, Ontario and derived C$223M/annum in gross profit headed dynaCERT’s way. Then there is the potential for refrigeration HG2 units (reefer units); there are three times the number of reefer units than there are class-8 trucks and many of these reefer units run 24/7 keeping food cold. Then add in the future potential for recurring revenue streams from carbon credit revenue as an attractive added value proposition. dynaCERT now has ~40 dealers worldwide and is looking at serious growth potential. In Europe the MOSOLF Group has taken the lead in Europe, opening dedicated showrooms, and hiring scores of new employees dedicated 100% full-time to marketing and installation of dynaCERT’s HG technology in Germany, France, Benelux, and Poland. Additionally, the recent (August 31, 2020) addition of the Alltruck Network in Europe is major and should contribute toward exploding growth (Alltruck has over 800 centers across Europe). Already dynaCERT is in discussion with other counties (e.g. India and Mexico) to build plants.

Emerging from COVID-19, the Company has more than adequate cash reserves (~C$20M cash entering September-2020 and virtually no significant debt), a better Assembly Plant, an improved R&D facility, significant product improvements, and is working on clearing a continued backlog of previously announced purchase orders, additionally new orders (including many reorders from highly satisfied clients looking to expand adoption of the technology that saves them money) continue to come in at an increasingly faster rate. For example, just this month, the Company announced that it has agreed to equip diesel powered vehicles of the City of Woodstock, Ontario.

Below is an overview of dynaCERT’s unique and proprietary technologies broken into three categories:

1) HydraGEN TM,
2) HydraLytica TM, and
3) dynaCERT’s carbon credit management system.

1) dynaCERT’s HydraGENTM technology is proven through multiple top-level independent lab studies in various jurisdictions around the globe (TUV North and South in UK, PIT Group in North America, ICAT in India, labs in the UAE, etc…) to reduce harmful emission in diesel transport trucks and improve fuel economy. Transport trucks were dynaCERT’s first target market, the Company now makes different sized HG units and more industries are starting to adopt the technology — look for exponential growth across multiple sectors.

See https://marketequitiesresearch.com/marketbulletin-dynacert-esg-powerhouse-Oct1-2020.htm online for full copy of the Market Bulletin.

This document is not and should not be construed as an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to purchase or subscribe for any investment.

Fredrick William
Market Equities Research Group
+1 866-620-9945

FreightTech Stocks to Watch – the Boom and Disruption in Transportation

Point Roberts, WA and Delta, BC – September 29, 2020 (Investorideas.com Newswire) Investorideas.com, a global news source and leading investor resource covering cleantech and automotive stocks issue a snapshot on the booming FreightTech sector featuring dynaCERT Inc. (TSX: DYA.TO) (OTCQX: DYFSF) (FRA: DMJ).


For investors familiar with Fintech, the next big trend to follow in tech is ‘FreightTech,’ which uses technology to improve freight, shipping and logistics. The trend has been on the radar for the past few years with VC investment on the rise but is now making headlines as e-commerce sales explode beyond expectations during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Global consultants and experts in transportation, RolandBerger.com report, “The traditional value chain is on its way out and ecosystems consisting of the network of organizations involved in the transportation of goods along the entire supply chain, are now at the core of logistics. In order to fully exploit FreightTech opportunities, incumbent players must understand their ecosystem and adapt current business models to cope with the hurdles and challenges of changing market dynamics.”

They also note, “Traditional logistics players have so far been slow to adapt to the FreightTech revolution, allowing newer, disruptive players to take a lead.”

Recently announcing its entry into the FreightTech sector, dynaCERT Inc. (TSX: DYA.TO) (OTCQX: DYFSF) (FRA:DMJ), already established as a leader in cleantech, said its HydraLytica™ Technology which measures fuel savings in real time for users of dynaCERT’s proprietary HydraGEN™ Technology, is greatly escalating its scope of applications and utility to respond to the growing industry needs of logistics companies and the broader trucking management software ecosystem. In so doing, dynaCERT is expanding into the FreightTech industry.

From the news: “The Company views its decision to enter into the FreightTech industry as a supplementary evolution of services that fit very naturally with dynaCERT’s fuel-saving and emission-saving know-how, marketed as its existing HydraGEN™ Technology. Not only do current and future users of HydraGEN Technology have the benefits of fuel savings and reducing carbon emissions, but also the ability to subscribe to innovative proprietary FreightTech management solutions through a monthly subscription programme.”

From the news: “dynaCERT International Strategic Holdings Inc. (“DISH”), a wholly-owned subsidiary of dynaCERT, has agreed with Corsario Ltd. of Mississauga, Canada (“Corsario”), dynaCERT’s HydraLytica™ software developer, to magnify and maintain the functionality of its new proprietary suite of FreightTech software applications. GP LogiX Inc. (“GP”), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Corsario established specifically for this single purpose, will market the functionality of dynaCERT’s new FreightTech software and share equally with DISH all financial benefits, thus providing a stream of cash flow to dynaCERT, through DISH.”

From the news: Jean-Pierre Colin, President & CEO of DISH, stated, “The mission of DISH, as a wholly-owned subsidiary of dynaCERT, is to advance dynaCERT’s synergistic initiatives that can demonstrate the potential to greatly benefit dynaCERT shareholder value. The target market of FreightTech is similar to that of our HydraGEN Technology in trucking markets. We view our new FreightTech initiative as an exceptional business opportunity with a very competitive-edge product. In addition, FreightTech seamlessly complements our current proprietary products, an opening that can expand in parallel to dynaCERT’s HydraGEN™ fuel savings solutions.”

From the news: Jim Payne, President & CEO of dynaCERT, stated, “Through our new DISH initiative with GP LogiX Inc., dynaCERT is partnering shoulder to shoulder with known industry experts that have a long history and track record of success in innovative software development. The management of GP has proven that it has the ability to secure very important and high-profile clients, while Corsario has shown that it can be quick and nimble to develop software solutions that dove-tail with our proprietary HydraGEN™ Technology while advancing our plans to offer Carbon Credits. Our close association allows us to execute two important strategic mandates (1) to adapt to the growing desires of end-users of our HydraGEN™ products and (2) become trail-blazers in the FreightTech business while maintaining our core competencies and fostering together our global award-winning HydraGEN™ Technology.”

dynaCERT manufactures and distributes Carbon Emission Reduction Technology for use with internal combustion engines. As part of the growing global hydrogen economy, their patented technology creates hydrogen and oxygen on-demand through a unique electrolysis system and supplies these gases through the air intake to enhance combustion, resulting in lower carbon emissions and greater fuel efficiency.

According to FreightWaves.com, there is a dominant leader in FreightTech and it’s no surprise to anyone that it’s retail giant, Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN). “Amazon has become synonymous with disruption. It disrupted the retail space and helped usher in e-commerce, and it’s done the same in the freight space, turning traditional freight delivery schedules upside down. Amazon brought two-day, one-day and even same-day shipping to the fore and competitors have now added those services as well.”

Continued: “Amazon’s knack for disruption is one of the reasons it is a two-time winner of the FreightWaves FreightTech awards. The Seattle-based e-commerce giant finished first in the voting for the FreightTech 25 in both 2019 and 2020.”

Werner Enterprises (NASDAQ: WERN), a premier transportation and logistics provider was recently recognized as a returning winner of the 2020 FreightTech 100 Awards by FreightWaves. Werner EDGE, the innovation arm of Werner Enterprises, advances the performance and safety of drivers, shippers and carriers by delivering the latest technology-rich solutions in the transportation industry.

According to the company, “With Werner, drivers are empowered to spend more time driving and less time on administrative work. Through innovative solutions, drivers can easily connect with Werner’s support team, perform on-the-job tasks more efficiently while also improving his or her experience on the road.”

Werner offers transportation and logistics services to companies around the globe, including: dedicated, one-way truckload, intermodal, temperature-controlled, expedited logistics, cross-broader, global services, Final Mile and custom solutions.

C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc. (NASDAQ: CHRW), another FreightTech winner with Freightwaves has $20 billion in freight under management and 18 million shipments annually.

The company sees new technology as the future, saying, “The rapid advancement of technology is transforming the way in which we live and do business, and supply chains are no exception. With the combination of our multi-modal transportation management system and expertise, we use our information advantage to deliver smarter solutions for our more than 119,000 customers and 78,000 contract carriers. Our technology is built by and for supply chain experts to bring faster, more meaningful improvements to our customers’ businesses. C.H. Robinson® Labs™, our innovation incubator, drives the industry forward with the latest predictive analytics and technology to solve our customers’ supply chain challenges.”

For investors looking at the sector, Banyon Capital says, “The FreightTech boom should be on your speculators’ radar. This is one of the most important trends for 2020. And the 2020 holiday shopping season that will directly play into this industry is fast approaching.”

Innovation is driving the FreightTech boom, but as global consumers also demand sustainability, companies like dynaCERT Inc. (TSX:DYA.TO) (OTCQX: DYFSF) (FRA:DMJ) that provide environmental solutions as well as advancements to logistics and transportation will pave the path for on the highways of the future.

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@dynaCERT $DYA $DYFSF Receives Conditional Approval to the #Toronto #Stock #Exchange

dynaCERT  has received conditional approval from the Toronto Stock Exchange (“TSX”) to graduate its listing from the TSX Venture Exchange (“TSXV”) to the TSX.

The Company is also pleased to report that it has closed its transactions with KarbonKleen Inc. (“KarbonKleen”) and dynaCERT International Strategic Holdings Inc. (“DISH”), as previously announced on May 11, 2020 (See Press Release dated May 11, 2020).

Jean-Pierre Colin, Executive Vice President of dynaCERT, stated, “Graduating to the TSX represents a significant milestone in our efforts to broaden our appeal to a larger shareholder base, including institutional investors, and raise the Company’s profile among the investment community. We expect this graduation to further enhance the liquidity of our stock and enable us to continue building long-term shareholder value.”

Jim Payne, dynaCERT’s President & CEO, stated, “With the approval of the KarbonKleen Transaction we can now embark on the Subscription Programme. We believe, with the success of the program, it will open the opportunity for DISH to raise debt or equity financings in a non-dilutive fashion to dynaCERT,  to assist our entire global channel of dealers and to more easily roll out our HydraGEN TM Technology to end-users world-wide through a Subscription monthly payment basis.”

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dynaCERT $DYA $DYFSF – on Haywood Securities’ Radar ESG

dynaCERT Inc. $DYA $DYFSF on Haywood Securities’ radar

dynaCERT’s Revenues Begin to Ramp up Exponentially as a #Global Solution Provider for #Pollution Reduction

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dynaCERT’s revenues begin to ramp up exponentially as a global solution provider for pollution reduction

@dynaCERT $DYA $DYFSF Receives Conditional Approval to Graduate to the #Toronto #Stock #Exchange

Excerpt from press release:

Jean-Pierre Colin, Executive Vice President of dynaCERT, stated, “Graduating to the TSX represents a significant milestone in our efforts to broaden our appeal to a larger shareholder base, including institutional investors, and raise the Company’s profile among the investment community. We expect this graduation to further enhance the liquidity of our stock and enable us to continue building long-term shareholder value.”

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#dynaCERT $DYA $DYFSF #Invests in the #USA and Receives a Purchase Order for 3000 HydraGEN Units

dynaCERT Inc. (TSX VENTURE: DYA) (OTCQB: DYFSF) (FRA: DMJ)  is pleased to report that it has granted to KarbonKleen Inc. (“KK”), dynaCERT’s Preferred Service Provider, the exclusive Dealership rights in the trucking industry in the United States of America until December 31, 2024. The exclusivity granted to KK is subject to certain quotas of  a minimum of 150,000 HydraGEN TM Technology Units over a little more than three years. On May 9, 2020, KK has provided the Company with a purchase order for 3,000 HydraGEN TM Technology Units as described below.

https://news.dynacert.com/engage/dynacert-invests-in-the-usa-and-receives-a-purchase-order-for-3-000-hydragen-units-20738

                      

dynaCERT says new technology can lower diesel emissions

Trucks hauling material at the Las Bambas copper mine. Credit: MMG.

DynaCERT (TSX: DYA), a Toronto-based company, has developed a technology called HydraGEN that could significantly reduce emissions by improving the performance and fuel efficiency of diesel engines used in mining machinery and equipment.

The HydraGEN technology is about the size of a suitcase for use in trucks, with larger models for use in more significant mining machinery and equipment, and the company estimates the device could reduce the carbon footprint of a caterpillar 797F dump truck by over 530,000 tonnes carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) per year and save approximately 2,618 hours of operational time in fuel.

Over the past year, the company has been marketing the technology worldwide and now has a presence in North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. In February, it was ranked the number one performing company across all sectors on the 2020 TSX Venture 50 list for its performance in 2019, which saw a 284% increase in its share price and a 384% increase in its market capitalization to $185.36 million.

“I was first introduced to the technology about 16 years ago and was really taken aback by its potential,” Jim Payne, dynaCERT’s president and CEO, said in a telephone interview. “Along with several others, I invested in the technology and we launched the first HydraGEN device about 18 months ago.”

Diesel fuel is integral to the mining industry. Diesel-powered shovels and drills are used to excavate natural resources into trucks or onto conveyor belts that are also powered by diesel. Excavators, dozers, front loaders and drill rigs all run on diesel fuel.

The massive haul trucks used in mining operations, in particular, can consume a staggering amount of fuel, with consumption often exceeding 50% of a mine’s total energy costs. Take, for example, the Belaz 75710, which is capable of hauling 450 tonnes of rock in one load and considered to be the world’s largest dump truck. It is estimated to consume over 450 litres of diesel fuel per hour when fully loaded — around 150 times that of an average sedan.

The combustion of diesel fuel to power transport and stationary equipment releases significant amounts of greenhouse gases (GHG) that contribute to climate change. Around 400 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) are emitted annually by the mining industry, according to the analysis presented in Climate risk and decarbonization: What every mining CEO needs by McKinsey & Company, published in January 2020.

The report also estimates that emissions associated with the metal industry’s value chain, so-called scope 3 emissions, contribute a further 4,000 million tonnes of CO2e per year, mainly from steel and aluminum production.

Load and haul trucks in the north pit at Anglo American’s Mogalakwena PGM mine in South Africa. Credit: Anglo American.

Furthermore, the incomplete combustion of fuel in the engines of trucks, excavators, diesel generators and other mining equipment also releases a range of noxious pollutants, including carbon monoxide (CO), hydrocarbons, nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulphur dioxide and diesel particulate matter that are harmful to human health and the environment.

The HydraGen technology works by first using electricity to turn water into hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2) gas, which are then fed into the engine on demand during its intake stroke, which creates a homogenous mixture before combustion of the fuel. The diesel is then injected into the combustion chamber, where it mixes with the air and H2 mixture.

The presence of H2 and O2 gas in the chamber helps to initiate combustion sooner and just before the end of the compression stroke. This increases the rate of combustion, which now lasts for a much shorter duration during the power stroke phase of the engine, and results in less fuel consumption and a higher amount of power generated at a lower temperature.

“It’s well documented that trace amounts of hydrogen gas have been proven to improve the burn efficiency of internal combustion engines. The gas comes from the electrolysis of water, and because it’s produced on-demand, we don’t need to store it,” explains Payne.

The hydrogen is then fed into the cylinder, where it mixes with the fuel, allowing more of the fuel to be combusted at the top of the cylinder. This produces a cleaner and much more efficient burn, which greatly improves fuel economy as well as reducing carbon emissions directly at the source.

The increase in the thermal efficiency of the engine also ‘cools’ the exhaust emissions, reducing the release of NOx, hydrocarbons and other carbon emissions, as well as improving the fuel economy of the engine.

In independent tests conducted by the PIT Group, based in Montreal, Que., German-based Continental EMITEC and Ontario Tech University’s ACE automotive research, development and innovation centre, the technology reduced NOx emissions by 88%, total hydrocarbon content by over 57%, emissions of CO and CO2 by up to 47% and 10%, respectively, and can generate fuel savings of between 6 to 19%.

It also reduced particulate matter, also called black smoke, by up to 55.3%, improve diesel particle filter replacement times by at least 33% and can negate the need for between 40% and 60% of diesel exhaust fluid, used to reduce air pollution released by diesel engines.

The device is also equipped with the HydraLytica™ telematics technology that gathers and records data on an engine’s total lifetime mileage and volume of litres consumed to estimate a historic baseline rate for litres per 100 km travelled. It then analyses the fuel consumption and distance travelled since the device was installed to determine the savings in fuel and reductions in GHG emissions, measured in kilograms of CO2e, and then transmits the data so it can be used when applying for carbon credits.

In 2019, the HydraGEN technology was approved for use in underground mining applications. The approval followed a risk assessment commissioned by one of its dealers, Total Equipment Services (TES), a privately-owned Canadian company located in Sudbury, Ont., and one of TES’s major underground mining customers in Northern Ontario.

“We are currently running a test pilot with the company on one of their pieces of underground mobile equipment,” said Kevin Whynott, President and CEO of TES, in a telephone interview. “The primary driver for the company was to reduce emissions. And if we can demonstrate that emissions can be reduced by say 10, 20, or even 50%, then they could have more pieces of equipment running underground.”

Preliminary results from the pilot are “looking good,” according to Whynott, who hopes to have the full results of the study by next month.

The company’s HG145-6C Large Engine HydraGEN™ Technology is also being deployed on a fleet of mining trucks and equipment at two large mining companies operating in South America, one in Brazil and the other in Argentina.

In partnership with the UK-based International Environmental Partners Limited, the company has also recently submitted an application for a new methodology for estimating carbon reductions from diesel engines to VERRA’s Verified Carbon Standard program.

Because there is no approved methodology, a verified method for measuring carbon reductions would allow companies who have installed a HydraGEN device on vehicles or equipment to turn GHG emission reductions into tradable carbon credits.

“We have achieved a significant step towards a free market trading of the carbon emission reductions provided by our HydraGEN and HydraLytica Telematics technologies,” Robert Maier, dynaCERT’s chief operating officer and chief engineer, stated in a press release. “Harnessing carbon credits has been one of our long-term goals, which we identified a few years ago. We are now on the right path to create a continuous and recurring revenue stream for the company.”

dynaCERT $DYA $DYFSF President Jim Payne Interview on Carbon Emissions Reduction Technology

In an InvestorIntel interview during PDAC, Tracy Weslosky secures an interview update with President, CEO & Director Jim Payne on dynaCERT Inc. (TSXV: DYA | OTCQB: DYFSF), a manufacturer and distributor of Carbon Emission Reduction Technology for use with internal combustion engines.

Jim started by saying that dynaCERT is the number 1 ranked company across all sectors on 2020 TSX Venture 50. He added that dynaCERT has a global solution to reduce pollution that people can adopt right now. The company is at the forefront of the carbon credits market and has recently attracted investors like Eric Sprott and Dr. Joerg Mosolf of Mosolf SE & CO. AG who have invested in the company. Jim continued, “Sustainability is a big thing today — with our technology, we have a solution now. We are reducing emissions very significantly for any internal combustion engine.”

The company is well capitalized and has a continued revenue stream. Jim also revealed that he has been asked to speak at the World Climate Summit in November in the UK on the future of the world’s carbon credits.