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Feature article April 28, 2017:

 

Results verify dynaCERT compellingly mitigates harmful climate change gases

 

• dynaCERT at the Forefront of New Trillion Dollar Market surrounding Carbon Credits. Analyst Jay Taylor of Hard Money Advisors maintains coverage with a 'Buy' recommendation and near-term (12 month) price target of US$2 to $2.50/share (~$2.60 to $3.30 Canadian).

 

 dynaCERT Inc.

  (TSX-V: DYA) (OTCQB: DYFSF)

 

dynaCERT is part of the world wide solution with its green technology

  • Targeting diesel truck market & buses (class 6 - 8 engines); dynaCERT Inc.'s HG-1 unit reduces greenhouse gases 40% and increases fuel-savings 19.2%.

  • Targeting refrigeration container & light truck market; dynaCERT HG-2 unit is set to hit commercialization for Q3-2017 targeting initially refrigerated trailers. The HG-2 unit is ~1/2 the size of the HG-1 unit and conceivably can be expanded to service smaller class 6 & 7 trucks, buses and smaller trucks commonly found outside of North America, such as in European countries and in India.

  • Targeting large stationary power generator, marine, & rail market. (HG-3 unit; 6,000hp - 30,000hp engines).

  • Targeting 'off-grid' energy solutions; dynaCERT is leveraging its unique hydrogen production technology by marrying it with inputs from renewable energies (e.g. solar) to generate sustainable quantities of hydrogen to power fuel cell power stations (this program is currently in R&D with costs subsidized by grants).

 

 

Valuation Commentary: dynaCERT Inc. (TSX-V: DYA) (OTCQB: DYFSF) is increasingly demonstrating Tesla-like potential as it advances its proprietary HydraGenTM H2/O2 technology on two fronts, both with potential to change the world for the better, helping slow climate change, and handsomely reward shareholders. Currently trading near $1 Canadian per share DYA.V presents tremendous opportunity; analyst Jay Taylor of Hard Money Advisors has reinitiated coverage with near-term (12-month) price target of ~$2.60 to $3.30/share. dynaCERT's new manufacturing facility is now up and running with production underway of HydraGenTM units with next-generation smart-ECU and remote GRPS. The Company has announced its first sales and is expecting to ramp production up with capacity in that facility to 6,000 units per month by the end of the second quarter of this year [2017] -- NOTE: 6,000 units per month sales would generate ~US$40,000,000 in sales per month and the Company is working on 60% gross profit margin.

 

dynaCERT Raises Sales Targets; US$180 million sales for 2017 at 60% gross profit, and new product/markets coming online -- CEO Interview

 

Analyst Jay taylor of Hard Money Advisors interviewed dynaCERT's CEO, President, and Director, Jim Payne about the opportunity and developments within the Company that will be of interest to shareholders. In the interview the CEO provided revised upwards sales targets and insight on new markets. The entire 15 minute March 22, 2017 interview may be listened to at https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/98024/is-the-us-t-bond-a-judas-goat online (the dynaCERT interview begins just prior to the 18 minute mark).

 

In the interview the CEO provided sales targets for the Company for 2017; "We have gone to great extent to keep this very conservative, and kept stepping it down, and stepping it down, because the numbers get very staggering, but our expectation in the trucking market in the second quarter this year in North America we will be selling 3,000 units, the 3rd quarter is 6,000 units, and the 4th quarter is 12,000 units. Then we look at the other market, the refer market or the HG-2 market, our expectation are in the 3rd quarter of this year that we put 1,200 out in the market, and 3,000 in the 4th quarter. So if you add all those up, just at wholesale that equates to just shy of $180 million in sales this year." The analyst astutely noted that those figures, as impressive as they are for the Company's first year, would not even put a dent into the potential of the market and followed up with confirmation that dynaCERT is working on 60% gross profit margin, to which the CEO confirmed. Prompting the analyst to state "Well people can do the math. It’s pretty staggering if you are able to hit those numbers I can’t imagine this isn’t a stock that is going to rise very dramatically."

 

Also in the interview (and in the March 28, 2017 press release entitled "dynaCERT Announces $2.7 Million in Sales, New Product Developments and Results of 2017 Annual Meeting of Shareholders") the CEO stated the Company was introducing a new HydraGenTM unit the HG-2 (HG-1 would be for trucking market) targeting the refer (refrigeration) units of transport trailers. This HG-2 market is 3.5 times larger than the trucking market and is expected to begin commercialization in Q3-2017. Each refer unit has a 4 cylinder diesel engine inside them that runs 24/7 to produce the refrigeration -- the market is huge. The unit conceivably can be expanded to service class 6 & 7 trucks, buses and smaller trucks commonly found outside of North America, such as in European countries and in India.

 

Additionally, when asked about the size of other (marine shipping, rail, and power generation) markets relative to truck market, the CEO stated  that they are "10 times greater in dollar value. The smaller/average-size power generation we are actually penetrating that now. We will be announcing something very shortly concerning that. With the shipping, and rail, it is something that will take a little longer and we are not expected to take that to the market until earlier next year. But when we penetrate with something like that, a huge power generator – something like that is a half a million dollar unit as opposed to something in the trucking market which is short of $10,000 unit."

 

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dynaCERT No. 1 Ranked Company Across All Sectors on 2017 TSX Venture 50

 

On February 23, 2017 dunaCERT Inc. was named to the 2017 TSX Venture 50® and ranked Number 1 across all sectors (see related new release here).

 

The CEO was featured on BNN (Business News Networks) regarding the Company's accomplishments, technology, and plans:

 

BNN Interview with dynaCERT Inc. CEO

Feb. 23, 2017 running time 7 min. 31 sec.

 

In the interview dynaCERT's CEO, President, and Director, Jim Payne described the technology which is driving the success of the Company; “What we’ve got is a very unique computerized electrolysis system that produces pure hydrogen and oxygen on demand and feeds it into the combustion engine, by doing this it enhances the burn. Over the last year we’ve had it validated by the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, the Automotive Centre of Excellence; we proved up to 19.2% in fuel savings, 40% in reduction in greenhouse gases, and north of 65% reduction in particulate matters."
 

The CEO stated the trucking has been the company’s initial focus, and that the first shipments of its new generation Smart-ECU HydraGen™ units had just been shipped. The Smart-ECU is described in the interview as the 'brains' of the technology; “a computerized system that actually interfaces with the computer of a truck or an engine, and by doing this it alters the flows of our gases so that we are constantly changing the flow to get that perfect burn.

 

In the interview the CEO confirmed the Company is expanding into other markets, and is now moving into R&D for shipping, rail, and large power generators, noting that “just one container ship puts out the equivalent emissions of 50 million cars per annum [click to view related link].” When pressed on expected time frame for seeing dynaCERT’s technology in a ship, the CEO stated “Our goal is to be there by the end of this year”, and further stated that the Company has been in talks with some of the largest shipping companies in the world and has several clients that are wanting to joint venture with dynaCERT regarding expansion into shipping.

 

The CEO reiterated that the Company’s focus right now is trucking, and stated “some of the largest trucking fleets in North America that are putting units on, there is strong interest from around the globe for this product.

 

The CEO also confirmed dynaCERT Inc. will make a move to the TSX big board by the second quarter of this year, stated the Company is well capitalized, its product for the trucking industry is self sustainable, the Company is not looking to raise capital, and is debt free.

 

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With carbon tax plans being mandated in every Province of Canada, and carbon credit pricing in the works by the Federal Government, dynaCERT is uniquely positioned to excel at the opportunity, expected to be the first able to provide immediate and affordable government sanctioned solutions to business. Additionally, like Tesla, dynaCERT is advancing development and testing of its technology with grants from the government (translation: no shareholder dilution). dynaCERT's unique hydrogen production technology is ubiquitous in nature and can be applied to improving applications in numerous industries.

 

Results verify DYA.V compellingly mitigates harmful climate change gases:

 

On November 15, 2016 the Company announced that it has documented via an accredited 3rd-party validation process the dramatic effectiveness of its flagship carbon emission reduction and fuel-saving H2/O2 technology, see related news release entitled "dynaCERT inc. Reaches Major Milestone in Third Party Validation". The news is significant and represents tremendous potential for investors as the solutions the Company provides are enormous and global in scale. Independent scientists from the Automotive Centre of Excellence (AEC) at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, were engaged by dynaCERT in cooperation with the government to verify what the Company has already demonstrated on diesel engines in the field; a proven reduction of toxic gasses within the emissions by 30% to 40% all while improving fuel economy of ~10% to 15%. The lab was also tasked with helping to establishing the carbon-credits that businesses qualify for by purchasing and employing the technology.

 

In the third party testing AEC scientists altered the flow of hydrogen and oxygen (H2O2 produced on demand) via dynaCERT's HydraGen™ units and smart ECUs on two different Class 8 trucks and recorded extensive readings for various emissions and fuel efficacy under a wide range of scenarios. The end result are nothing short of stunning, and dynaCERT has solidified the respect of engineers in the transportation sector; dynaCERT now has the ability to alter the flows of H2O2 and control reductions in fuel consumption as high as 19.2% and control emission reduction as high as 40% of greenhouse gases (Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen Oxide) and greater than 65% reduction in particulate matter. In short, the ability now to verifiably control outcomes for end users of its product means that dynaCERT can look forward to increasingly strong demand for its HydraGen™ product, plus it can look forward to endorsement from government and industry advocates (and critics!). The HydraGen's smart-ECU can be programmed accordingly and record the savings/reductions while in operation, and provide an audit trail for establishing the carbon-credits that governments are expected to approve businesses to qualify for by purchasing and employing the technology.  

 

On October 1, 2016 dynaCERT took possession of a new ~8,000 sq. ft. lease expansion facility that is designed with a monthly capacity of 2,000 units per eight hour shift for the assembly of the HydraGen™ units. A ribbon cutting at the new facility was held on October 5, 2016 and a special Member of Parliament/dynaCERT reception was held on October 19th, 2016 where dynaCERT presented its carbon emission reduction technology to MPPs, media, investment advisors and bankers.

  

dynaCERT on track to excel in 2017 and is attracting highly-accomplished talent to reflect this: With the facility expansion having come online operationally this October 1, 2017, the release of a new smart-ECU that can track carbon credits, and the release of a third party validation results now in-hand, we expect DYA.V to trade significantly higher before the year is out. Important to note is the August 29, 2016 addition of Mr. David Bridge as Chief Operating Officer to dynaCERT's ranks, this appointment demonstrates the exceptional level of talent willing to associate itself with dynaCERT at the cusp of inflection, such caliber usually only associates itself with high-growth success stories -- here is an excerpt of his CV "Mr. Bridge has an extensive background in managing technology operations and multi-million dollar corporate ventures. He is an accomplished leader with extensive knowledge of restructuring and streamlining IT to increase efficiency and reduce cost. Mr. Bridge has held several senior IT positions with major firms for the past 25 years as well as successfully led teams at AMD, RBC Financials, Virgin Mobile and Blackberry. As the senior IT leader, he helped Virgin Mobile in Canada expand from a start-up to a key competitor in the Telecommunications sector. In his most recent position at Blackberry as a Director of Infrastructure, Architecture and Engineering, he led a high performance team that designed and supported large scale enterprise wide systems." -- dynaCERT has seen an impressive boost in strength of late at all levels of its operation from the management team, technical team, to board of directors, and manufacturing staff too.

 

That is just one of several impressive additions to the Company's management and sales teams.

 

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National Carbon Pricing is Coming to Canada and USA -- dynaCERT at Forefront of New Trillion Dollar Market:

 

On October 3, 2016 the Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau said a minimum price of $10 per tonne of carbon dioxide equivalent would be set in 2018, rising to $50 a tonne by 2022. Provinces will have to meet or exceed that floor price, either through a direct price on carbon or a cap-and-trade system. The Canadian federal government is in the process of developing a comprehensive emissions reduction plan. Similarly in the USA, a task force was launched last year by former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg and Bank of England Governor Mark Carney to create voluntary financial risk disclosure guidelines for investors as more companies transition to a low carbon economy. In a speech to Toronto’s financial community this Summer=2016 at the Toronto Board of Trade, Mark Carney, said given the enormous funding needs for clean infrastructure – he estimated at somewhere between $5 trillion and $7 trillion a year – investment opportunities will abound. Carney stated it will be up to capital markets on whether they recognize that opportunity and get involved; “If we get carbon disclosure right, the relative value opportunity in equities is considerable.” He further stated “(Carbon pricing) is the cleanest way for markets to judge the tangible exposure to climate change”.

 

Initiatives and mandates are coming into place in numerous countries that will directly benefit dynaCERT near-term; e.g. see related article at New York Times on EPA mandates entitled "New Rules Require Heavy-Duty Trucks to Reduce Emissions by 25% Over the Next Decade".

   

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dynaCERT's Targeting of the Carbon Economy

 

Over the last few years DYA.V has worked with some of the largest trucking fleets in the world under the understanding that with 3rd-party validation of a minimum 8% fuel savings they will commence outfitting their fleet with dynaCERT's 'HydraGenTM' units. There has been no disagreement that DYA.V's technology accomplished 8%+ fuel-savings, the issue since has been obtaining the hard data to give to engineers of its clientele; it has been a time consuming and expensive process -- the recent involvement of the provincial and federal government in providing carbon credit and efficacy takes dynaCERT to an heightened level of potential.  All of the data is objectively computer generated, pulled right from the trucks and sent to an accredited 3rd-party source.

 

DYA.V has solutions to big political real-world pollution issues including carbon emission reduction and significant fuel savings. The Company has the potential to become a major player in the trucking, marine, rail, automotive, and power generation industries. The share price of DYA.V is poised for significant upside revaluation to reflect the success of its proprietary technology and the apparent demand for the problems it solves.

 

DynaCERT Releases New State-of-the-Art ECU Able to Track Carbon Credits:

 
Excerpt from August 29, 2016 release:

The dynaCERT team of engineers and scientists, under the supervision of Mr. Bridge, has worked closely with RMF Design and Manufacturing along with diesel and electronic technical experts to finalize the electronic interface, design and development of the state-of-the-art "Smart" ECU (Electronic Control Unit). This "Smart" ECU is the brain of the HydraGen™ unit. Its capabilities are similar to those of a smart phone wherein it can listen to the onboard engine computer and respond accordingly.

 
The "Smart" ECU has shown significant advantages and improvements over the initial version of the ECU as to the reading, collecting, transmitting and storing of data pertaining to fuel efficacy and emissions reductions. The "Smart" ECU communicates with the engines onboard computer, learning and altering the flow of gases produced and introduced to enhance combustion. It also has GPRS capability for remote access by both the company and end users, allowing for tracking and monitoring of Carbon Credits. Mr. Bridge, COO, comments, "I am excited about joining dynaCERT and the launch of this new product and as we continue to innovate."

 
The initial version of the ECU has been phased out; however, the Company continued to work with several trucking firms in Ontario that have the HydraGen™ units with the initial version of the ECU installed on their 2012-2016 transport trucks. The initial ECU had been modified for manual collection of data which was very instrumental in the development of algorithms for the "Smart" ECU. The transport trucks outfitted with these HydraGen™ units form part of the initial purchase order announced in 2015 and will be upgraded with the new "Smart" ECU when available.

 

 

Examples of pollution related news headlines that dynaCERT holds solutions for, in-part:

 • Quebec government proposes ambitious 37.5% emissions cut - Can. Mfg. 09/18/2015

 • New U.S. Truck Emissions Rules May Be Tougher Than Expected - Trucking Today 09/18/2015

 • International Efforts to Cut Carbon Pollution Won't Be Enough - Bloomberg 09/02/2015

 • Electric cars and the coal that runs them - Huffington Post 11/23/2015

  One Container Ship Out-Pollutes 50 Million Cars - Remediation Nation 08/27/2015

 

Valuation Opinion:

 

Click to view advisory

dynaCERT has ~222.7 million shares outstanding, at its current trading price the market cap is minuscule compared to its potential. As the reality of the accomplishments and potential are understood by the marketplace, we expect shares of DYA.V to rise several multiples higher than its current price. Analyst Jay Taylor of Hard Money Advisors has initiated coverage (entering December-2016) on dynaCERT Inc. with a 'Buy' recommendation and near-term price target of US$2 to $2.50/share (~$2.60 to $3.30 Canadian) (click here to view his latest advisory in full).

 

Forward discounting metrics dictate the share price of DYA.V trade substantially upwards near-term to reflect the high-growth scenario the CEO states is underway:

  

dynaCERT is projecting a run rate of 6,000 units per month being attained by the end of the second quarter of 2017. If the Company puts out 10,000 units, its sales at that point are ~US$67,500,000 and the Company is working on 60% gross margin profit.  However such a number is minuscule to what appears to be shaping up, and would represent output form just part of one shift over one year -- in a recent interview Mr. Payne stated things are are looking much bigger; "I do believe this is going to outgrow our capacity or our desire to do the manufacturing -- we are already in talks with some of the largest auto part manufacturers in North America that have a very strong appetite for manufacturing for us."

 

 Table 1. (above) Company disclosure of numbers envisioned from HydraGenTM business for trucks alone.

 

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Figure 2. dynaCERT HydraGenTM test partner

 

For the last few years DYA.V engineers (former NASA rocket scientist and engineers experienced in combustion efficiency) have refined development of the technology while testing with selected prospective commercial end-users, and the results and reviews have been stellar. DYA.V had over 200 Pepsi trucks equipped and demonstrated an average of 14.8% fuel savings, several of the units are still in service today (May-2016). DYA.V has expressions of interest from numerous entities expected to translate to sizeable purchase orders. dynaCERT's technology is scalable; the Company is tackling the trucking industry first with its new 3 L/minute Hydrogen units, and is also working on validation of its up to 300 L/minute Hydrogen units for marine, rail, and power generation industries. The math on sales potential is staggering; example: to outfit just one container ship could easily generate close to $1 million in sales and there are >90,000 commercial cargo ships operating world-wide, let alone the tens-of-millions of trucks worldwide.

 

Uniqueness of DYA.V's H2/O2 HydraGenTM technology

DYA.V's technology is unique in the marketplace, it's units are essentially computerized on-demand electrolysis systems that supply the air intake of internal combustion engines with timed releases of hydrogen and oxygen gases. Results show increased fuel economy, increased torque, extended engine oil life and a reduction in emissions. Introducing hydrogen (in the correct proportion and at the right timing) into the air intake of a diesel engine creates a cleaner, more efficient burn, however unlike cruder and problematic 'brown gas', DYA.V's 'HydraGenTM' units produce pure oxygen and pure hydrogen and releases these elements individually in a controlled and timed fashion, it interfaces with the onboard computer of the engine. dynaCERT stands able to meet the demand that has been thirsting for what it can deliver; DYA.V has proprietary (patent pending) technology with an unparallel level of sophistication, hard data validating its effectiveness, proven reliability, plus it has the ability to produce, support, and deliver at a high standard expected by its target market(s).

Figure 3.a. In-cab tablet control unit & HydraGen(TM) unit (Illustrative purposes - not to relative scale).

 

1) HG-1 Unit; targeting commercial diesel truck market & buses (3 L/min. Hydrogen unit for class 6 - 8 engines) - DYA.V has designed a HydraGenTM unit for transport trucks capable of delivering 3 Liters/minute Hydrogen. DYA.V now has some trucks in the field returning with in excess of 17.5% improved fuel economy while at the same time reducing the toxic gasses within the emissions by 30% - 40%. In the case of Fortune 500 giant, Pepsi Beverage Company, DYA.V's HydraGenTM unit delivered a ~10% to 15% reduction in diesel fuel costs. The unit is fully computerized and communicated directly with the onboard computer of the truck so that it can alter the fuel mapping of the truck as it enhances the burn. It has a 7-inch tablet-like monitor in-cab that provides status information and distilled water level (the raw ingredient for making the hydrogen) indicator, built-in GPS, built-in cellular communication, and other abilities so that DYA.V or the fleet maintenance team can log into it from anywhere in the world to monitor and possibly even tweak some performance aspects. DYA.V retails a unit for ~US$8,500 (installed ~$10,000) and with most trucks the payback on investment from fuel-savings alone is easily within a year, even at lower gas prices today. An even bigger savings comes from the fact that one of the biggest expenses for some (especially buses; see related Sept 17, 2015 article "Emissions problem on new buses ground Winnipeg Transit to a halt") is the down-time because of carbon fouling, something that is dramatically lessened with the cleaner (more-complete) burn attained with H2/O2 technology. With 3rd-party accredited validation nearing a point engineers for fleets can officially act on the data, a fleet operator would be remiss in not proceeding with purchasing DYA.V technology, plus the corporate social responsibility a company demonstrates by meaningfully reducing harmful emissions is priceless from a PR standpoint. 

 

Analysis of truck unit margins and potential: DYA.V wholesales its truck units to distributors for ~US$6,750. There exists potential for demand to grow exponentially, and sales potential is enormous with tens of millions of trucks (potential clients) worldwide.  The first 10,000 units sold could represent $43 million gross profit (assuming ~2/3 margins) to DYA.V from these truck units alone and that would just be scratching the surface of expected growth. To date, while testing, DYA.V has partnered with different companies globally, many with large fleets (or tight relationships with large fleets), some over 10,000 each. DYA.V is initially focusing sales on large fleets which have built-in fleet maintenance teams that can be trained for installation. DYA.V will also benefit from proactive replacement of units (or refurbishment of select components) after several years of service.

 

Figure 3.b. Image of a 2013 2.0L Turbo Diesel VW Passat. Other brands affected by the Volkswagen so-called "defeat devices" include Audi, Porsche, and Skoda which are all part of the Volkswagen empire. Other such as BMW, Toyota, Ford, Chrysler, Ferrari, and GM appear to not have been affected. However, all diesel manufacturers can integrate dynaCERT technology for a cleaner burn and fuel savings.

2) HG-2 Unit, targeting refer trailers & light truck market - dynaCERT HG-2 unit is set to hit commercialization for Q3-2017 targeting initially refrigerated trailers. The HG-2 unit is ~ 1/2 the size of a HG-1 unit. The HG-2 unit conceivably can be expanded to service class 6 & 7 trucks, buses and smaller trucks commonly found outside of North America, such as in European countries and in India.

 

ASIDE: This December 3, 2015 dynaCERT announced it has developed a compact version of the HydraGen™ unit for use on diesel-powered cars and light trucks. This compact unit (smaller than a cereal box) is based on the patent pending HydraGen™ technology and the development effort is a direct result of the pressing need by the automotive industry for a permanent, at-the-source, solution to reduce carbon emissions in diesel engines while improving fuel consumption. Typical emission control solutions treat engine exhaust gases after the burn, at the expense of loss of power and increased fuel consumption; dynaCERT’s ‘HydraGen’ improves combustion resulting in a cleaner burn that produces increased torque, improved fuel savings, fewer oil changes, less carbon build-up in the engine and significantly reduced toxic emissions. The first of the new compact units is being installed on a 2.0 liter turbo diesel Volkswagen Passat (2013 model year) import sedan for testing. This test is being performed within the dynaCERT's own facility after which the Company plans to submit the data to an outside third party for validation. This testing is done independent of any automobile manufacturer and financed wholly thru internal R&D budgets. Depending on the results obtained, further long-term, large-scale testing will require participation from one or more diesel engine manufacturer and automobile manufacturer.

 

Figure 4. Units this size power islands and larger shipping vessels. DYA.V is working to secure its technology as the solution to save fuel and reduce emissions.

3) Targeting power generation (6,000hp - 30,000hp engines - widely used in remote locations), rail, and marine market (up to 300 L/min. Hydrogen unit) - DYA.V has designed a HydraGenTM unit for large stationary power generation combustion engines that require Hydrogen at a high rate up to 300 L/minute, this HydraGenTM unit retails up to ~US$500,000. These massive power generators (used by utilities, ships, and rail) burn so much fuel that their return on investment, at a half-million dollars investment, is eight months at ~5% fuel savings. DYA.V has pilot tested the HydraGen technology on a Wartsila 9R32 stationary power generator in the Caribbean for a subsidiary of InterEnergy and it has met and exceeded their expectations from phase-1 testing (it showed up to a 9% fuel savings just on a preliminary test). The same Watsila engines are used on transport shipping vessels, a whole other segment for DYA.V.

 

In the August 25, 2016 corporate update the Company commented on the old R&D/production facilities being converted to facilitate this next-gen market effective October 1, 2016; "The existing manufacturing area will be converted to Research and Development and production of the next generation HydraGen™ units which will be designed for shipping, rail and large stationary power generation products. The Company has a planned program to work with Government and Port support as well as specific consortium members to drive these initiatives."

  

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On a newer second front, dynaCERT is targeting 'off-grid' energy solutions
 

dynaCERT is positioning itself to become a world leader in research and development of hydrogen based technology solutions and is achieving this through non-dilutive government funding. Falling costs in solar, rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, and fuel cells are at a point in time whereby the confluence of all three technologies into an affordable, viable, coordinated fashion is a technology whose time is here to ‘cut-the-cord’ for potentially millions of homes in the future and offer standalone solutions.
 

Grid-Parity is a term that means it costs the same (or less) for an alternative energy source (e.g. solar) to generate electricity than to purchase power from the traditional power grid in a given location.
 

A report from market analysis firm GTM Research states that, thanks to falling costs and increased efficiencies, rooftop solar on its own has reached grid parity in 20 U.S. states, and 42 states should reach that milestone by 2020 under ‘business-as-usual’ conditions. Currently, solar energy accounts for less than 1% of global electricity production. But by 2050, some experts think it will account for 40%. Similarly, equivalent technological improvements and economies of scale are associated with rechargeable lithium-ion batteries and fuel cells. Fuel cell technology is now at a point where in the near future, fuel cells are expected to increasingly replace conventional furnaces and electrical power utility reliance, providing homes and offices with heat and electricity, free from the disruptions associated with the utility's electric grid. Each technology on its own has limitations, however dynaCERT is developing a combined coordinated smart system.

 

dynaCERT's 'Off-Grid' Power Solutions Project

  

The following diagram shows an example of how dynaCERT's HydragenTM technology fits into the off-grid/cut-the-cord power system it is developing to provide renewable energy to the housing industry (also applicable to office spaces and industrial uses):

 

  

Figure 1. (above) dynaCERT 'off-grid' power solution diagram with close-up view of how a fuel cell functions. Solar panels and/or the hydrogen fuel cell will power the building by day using an energy optimization software. At night, the rechargeable batteries would then take over and activate the Hydragen™ unit which will keep the hydrogen fuel cell operating by providing the required hydrogen gas. The solar panels would also maintain the rechargeable batteries at full capacity until they are needed at night and the cycle repeats itself. Further, the pure oxygen which is also produced by the Hydragen™ unit would be used to improve the air quality in the building.

 

Fuel Cell 101

 

Fuel cells generate power by reacting hydrogen and oxygen in the presence of an electrolyte, a non-metallic conductor in which electrical flow is carried by the movement of ions, such as proton-exchange membrane cells. They function as follows:

  • Hydrogen gas (produced by dynaCERT's HydragenTM) is delivered to a negatively charged anode on one side of the cell while oxygen is channeled to a positively charged cathode on the other side.

  • At the anode, a catalyst (often involving platinum) knocks the hydrogen atoms’ electrons off, leaving positively charged hydrogen ions and free electrons.

  • A membrane placed between the anode and cathode only allows the ions to pass through, and the electrons must travel along an external circuit – generating an electric current.

  • At the cathode, the electrons and the hydrogen ions combine with oxygen to make water, which then flows out of the cell.

Cut-the-Cord Power Solutions -- an Industry that is Ripe for Rampant Growth and whose Time has Come

 

For the last couple decades players in fuel cell power generation sector have been involved in ongoing R&D focused on reducing cost and improving durability with the goal of eventually leading to mass commercialization/acceptance. Only a few years ago the industry experienced hydrogen fuel cell costs around $1,000 for every kilowatt of power they generated, now that cost is nearer $50 and expected to drop significantly further with technology in the pipeline (e.g. platinum-nickel alloys as catalysts (Lawrence Berkley Laboratories), and platinum with carbon silk (Ballard Power)). Fuel cell technology is now at a point where in the near future, fuel cells are expected to increasingly replace conventional furnaces and electrical power utility reliance, providing homes and offices with heat and electricity, free from the disruptions associated with the utility's electric grid. Technological improvements and economies of scale associated with rechargeable lithium-ion batteries and renewable energies (such as solar) have led to lower costs/increased affordability for those technologies too, and this trend is projected to increase also. In-short, the cut-the-cord type system that dynaCERT is advancing which entails a confluence of solar, rechargeable batteries, hydrogen fuel production, and fuel cells in an affordable, viable, coordinated fashion is a technology whose time is here.

 

DYA.V has the Product, Wherewithal, and the People to be a Leader in the Cut-the-Cord Power Generation Sector

 

Central to the off-grid power system is dynaCERT's HydragenTM: dynaCERT is uniquely positioned with an established, proven, and reliable product capable of generating pure hydrogen and oxygen individually in a timed fashion; its 3 L/minute Hydrogen unit currently in service (in the trucking industry) is able to generate voluminous amounts of pure hydrogen, and the technology is scalable, able to generate amounts for multiple larger scenarios. The Company's up-to-300 L/minute Hydrogen unit, such as the one it used on a Wartsila engine at a utility in the Caribbean, is testimony to the Company's ability to consistently, reliably, and safely deliver pure hydrogen on demand.

 

Capitalized for success: The Company has stated it is the beneficiary of the push to see Canada reduce its carbon footprint; dynaCERT's May-2016 new release stated "It is an opportune time for dynaCERT to capitalize on this commitment to reduce carbon emissions and to access the Canadian and Ontario government grants and loans. As such, dynaCERT is positioning itself to become a world leader in research and development of hydrogen based technology solutions and receive available non-dilutive government funding."

 

dynaCERT's off-grid power generation project is spearheaded by highly-skilled and accomplished individuals: Dr. Richard Lü, an independent director at dynaCERT, has more than 20 years of global experience in the energy industry. Dr. Lü has been involved in managing public listed companies in the area of silicon production, solar cell manufacturing and solar panel production. He has led many initiatives in energy conservation, demand response, distributed energy and other sustainable developments. Dr. Lü heads a major solar power company developing and operating solar PV projects in Canada and the USA. Dr. Lü is working alongside Dr. Richard Bower, a physicist and solar energy expert.

 

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dynaCERT's HG-1 and HG-2 market effectively has no competition, the closest competitor is still using antiquated 'brown gas' technology that DYA.V progressed away from over 6 years ago toward something the engineering community in the industries targeted could rally around. With win-win supply/demand metrics in play now, along with the proprietary nature of its technology, plus the barriers to entry high from a validated hard-data and reputational standpoint, DYA.V appears poised to handsomely reward shareholders establishing a long position now.

 

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*Projections, estimates, and assumptions herein are based on journalistic opinion, not Company guidance.

 

   

Recent Company news of significance:

 

April 19, 2017 "dynaCERT Receives CE Certification for HydraGEN(TM) Technology in Europe".

 

March 28, 2017 "dynaCERT Announces $2.7 Million in Sales, New Product Developments and Results of 2017 Annual Meeting of Shareholders".

 

March 10, 2017 "dynaCERT Directors and Major Shareholders Extend Voluntary Lock-Up Agreement; Increases to Over 72 Million Shares and it Strengthens Management Team".

 

February 23, 2017 "dynaCERT Number 1 Ranked Company Across All Sectors on 2017 TSX Venture 50".

 

January 6, 2017 "dynaCERT Announces Initial $1.8 Million in Sales".

 

December 16, 2016 "dynaCERT Appoints Jean-Pierre Colin to the Board of Directors".

 

December 9, 2016 "dynaCERT Engages Nektar Data Systems to Track, Monitor and Report Real Time Data for our HydraGen™ and Smart ECU".

 

December 8, 2016 "dynaCERT Starts Trading on the US-OTCQB at Market Open".

 

November 21, 2016 "dynaCERT Provides Corporate Update".

 

November 15, 2016 "dynaCERT inc. Reaches Major Milestone in Third Party Validation".

 

November 8, 2016 "dynaCERT Named to CIX 2016 Top 20 Most Innovative Companies".

 

October 28, 2016 "dynaCERT Files "Smart" ECU Patent Application in the United States and Canada".

 

October 20, 2016 "dynaCERT Corporate Update".

 

October 6, 2016 "dynaCERT Honored by Dr. Shafiq Qaadri, Member of Provincial Parliament".

 

September 29, 2016 "dynaCERT Directors and Major Shareholders Enter Into Voluntary Lock-Up Agreement".

 

August 29, 2016 "dynaCERT Appoints Mr. David Bridge as Chief Operating Officer; "Smart" ECU Will Track Carbon Credits".

 

August 25, 2016 "dynaCERT Provides Operational Updates".

 

May 11, 2016 "dynaCERT Forms Committee Targeting the Utilization of Hydragen™ Technology for "Off the Grid" Energy Solution".

   

April 27, 2016 "dynaCERT President & CEO Jim Payne Announces Participation in the 5th Annual Cleantech & Technology Metals Summit".

   

April 7, 2016 "dynaCERT Enters Into Strategic Partnership With Global Distributer Specializing in Green Energy Solutions".

   

March 17, 2016 "dynaCERT Inc. Provides Update on Production, Validation and Global Sales Opportunities".

   

January 28, 2016 "dynaCERT Closes Private Placement and Provides Corporate Update".

   

January 14, 2016 "dynaCERT Update".

   

December 31, 2015 "dynaCERT Announces Oversubscription and Closing of Non-Brokered Private Placement".

  

December 3, 2015 "dynaCERT Targets Automotive Industry With Its "Carbon Emission Reduction Technology"".

  

December 1, 2015 "dynaCERT Inc. Announces Closing of Second Tranche of Private Placement and Other Corporate Updates".

  

August 28, 2015 "dynaCERT Announces Participation in the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo Passenger, Commercial & Off-Highway September 15-17, 2015 in Novi, Michigan".

  

July 15, 2015 "dynaCERT INC. Announces Closing of Private Placement and Provides Operational Updates".

  

May 14, 2015 "dynaCERT Announces Receipt of Purchase Order for 50 HydraGen Units & is Showcasing at Canvest 15".

  

October 30, 2014 "dynaCERT Announces Intellectual Property Acquisition".

   

Overview of dynaCERT Inc.'s Technology

 

DynaCERT is a growing energy sector company that specializes in delivering Carbon Emission Reduction Technologies to a global marketplace. DYA.V is able to provide to market a reliable and effective electrolysis unit that generates hydrogen and oxygen on demand to: (A) address the growing requirements to reduce emissions; and (B) provide an increase in fuel economy.

 

DYA.V's current technology with its patent-pending delivery method is centered around providing hydrogen-oxygen mixture (H2/O2), generated on demand through electrolysis, for combustion engines.
 

The benefits of this additive have been investigated by several researchers. Here are a few of the established findings by the scientific community;

  • The flame speed of hydrogen is nine times faster than the flame speed of diesel, burning diesel in the presence of hydrogen will result in overall faster and more complete combustion. This will result in higher peak pressure closer to the Top dead centre (TDC) and therefore, will produce a higher effective pressure to do work.

  • Even a small amount of H2/O2 injected into the air intake to enhance diesel combustion decreases the brake specific fuel consumption (bsfc) regardless of the level of load.

  • The induction of H2/O2 contains oxygen; as a result, the increase in the air-fuel ratio improves the combustion resulting in lower fuel consumption and better efficiency.

  • Hydrocarbons and CO2 are reduced, due to the absence of carbon in hydrogen fuel and also due to better combustion of diesel fuel with the aid of hydrogen which has a higher flame speed.

  • Although CO values for neat diesel operation is relatively lower, by inducting H2/O2 into diesel the CO amount is further reduced.

dynaCERT created partnerships to perfect a technology that would deliver on the promising findings with H2/O2 injection. Not only has it developed patent-pending technology, it has completed testing and have validated that their technology works.

 

Here are some of the features delivered through CYA.V's technology;

  • DYA.V patent-pending electrolysis system and ECM provides a reliable and adjustable delivery of H2/O2 concentrations. Not all engines are the same and having the optimal ratios and percentages provides increased benefits.

  • DYA.V technology is scalable allowing use with Class 6-8 on-road vehicles and transition to applications with rail, marine, off-road and power generation.

  • DYA.V technology is leading edge and provides solutions without drawing excessive power to perform the task.

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On road technology

 

DYA.V's technology is so clean, it has been granted an exemption by the California Air Research Board.

 

DYA.V's  HydraGen™ has been designed so that they can be put to work right away. Before DYA.V launched HydraGen™, it spent thousands of hours on the design working with our engineers, customers, and conducting field tests to create the ideal product that would meet with its customer’s current and future expectations. Not only did the product need to be reliable, it needed to provide solutions for emission reduction, fuel savings and be manufactured so that customers could achieve a return on investment.
 

Created for use in diesel engines ranging from Class 6 to 8, HydraGen™ is a quality product that improves engine performance. Through DYA.V's patent-pending electrolysis system, it is able to provide pure hydrogen and oxygen gases through the air intake, creating a more powerful combustion which provides:

  • Increased fuel economy.

  • Lower emissions.

  • Increased torque.

  • Extended engine oil life.

Scalable

DYA.V designed HydraGen™ to be scalable, as well; it has the ability to test various concentrations of hydrogen and oxygen mixtures to create the perfect formula for specific engine types, and then calibrate it to maximize all the benefits.

 

The Pepsi field-test program

DYA.V has already installed over 200 hydrogen generating units with Pepsi Beverage Company. Specifically on the Detroit Diesel Series 60, 12.7L engines.

 

RESULTS:
In the Pepsi program dynaCERT Inc. installed 187 HydraGen™ units. To date they have driven over 18 million miles with 95% uptime, and have documented fuel savings of over 15%.

 

The bottom line: 4,200 hundred gallons of fuel saved per year per truck, on average. This represents >$3 million in fuel costs alone.

 


Table 1. (Above) -- This is a selection of the Pepsi trucks whose mileage was documented and benchmarked to the industry average. DYA.V technology showed a clear 10-20% increase in fuel efficiency.
 

At those rates, and with its prices, DYA.V can provide the typical truck owner with a less-than-one-year payback period on one of its retrofitted units. Long-haul trucks that operate continuously will use upwards of (20 or 30 thousand) gallons of fuel per year and could potentially experience a payback on investment (based on an installed cost near US$10,000) within as little as 4 months.

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HydraGen Spec sheet

 

HydraGen™ is a portable, safe and reliable aftermarket unit that produces hydrogen and oxygen on demand and is designed for on-road applications with Class 6-8 engines.

 
HydraGen™ is designed to provide increased fuel economy, increased torque, lower emissions and extend engine oil life.

HydraGen™ uses distilled water as its source of these gases and comes with a large reservoir which is contained in the cab of the tractor.

 

With an automatic on-demand solenoid, our unit tops up its own tanks as water is used for the production of hydrogen.

The rest of the HydraGen™ system is housed in a strong, light weight cabinet  mounted to the outside of the vehicle and is designed for all weather operations.

The complete system runs directly from the vehicles power system providing for high electrical efficiency and shuts off when the truck key is off. As well, HydraGen™ has an independent on-off switch on the housing unit should isolation be necessary and is protected by a 30 amp fuse.

 
A HydraGen™ unit Includes:

 
  • Computer health monitoring system.
  • Captured seals on the hermetically sealed hydrogen reactor.
  • Advanced reactor design with maximum efficiency electrode plates (max gas-min amps).
  • Thermal compensation bolting system.
  • Solid state liquid level sensing.
  • Solid state leak detection sensor.
  • Stainless steel liquid containment pan.
  • Light weight housing.
  • Threaded thru way for all gas and liquid connections on housing.

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New electronic control unit

 

DYA.V has been working on a new HydraGen(TM) Electronic Control Unit (H-ECU) for numerous months taking into account feedback from its customers as to what they would like in a new unit.

 
The new units consist of a DYA.V patent pending H-ECU housed inside the HydraGen(TM) unit and a 7” Tablet control unit.

 
The new H-ECU is completely controlled with the in truck tablet eliminating the outside indicator light and switch.

 
The H-ECU and the Tablet communicates using a USB connection.

 
DYA.V chose a rugged, waterproof, dustproof and drop resistant 7” tablet with IP66 certification and MIL-STD-801G.

 
The Tablet is supplied complete with Wi-Fi, GPS and phone capabilities.

 

The new software updates include the following in respect to the operation and monitoring of the HydraGen unit:
  • Home screen that powers the unit on.
  • Distilled water levels with a reminder when the water supply is running low and needs filling.
  • Power Indicator.
  • Ambient Temperature that will turn on a circulating fan at set temperatures.

  • Reactor core temperatures.
  • Electrolyte levels.
  • DC volts and amps used by the unit.
  • Oxygen and Hydrogen Level sensors within the unit.
  • Automatic fill capabilities sent to the pump operated reservoir.
  • Automatic shut down and warning if the reactor should have a leak.

 

Along with the total monitoring and operation of the HydraGen unit DYA.V is incorporating or continuing to work on the following Tablet functions:

  • Toxicity emissions indicating reductions to the “CARBON FOOTPRINT” future Carbon Credits.

  • Fuel usage /savings.

  • The ability to reprogram Hydrogen and Oxygen injection ratios and quantities automatically as conditions change while interacting with truck C.A.B.

  • Warning to the Driver when the unit requires servicing due to contamination or lower than acceptable electrolyte levels.

  • Remote monitoring of the HydraGen system and performance by dynaCERT and end user.

As DYA.V continues both dyno testing and on road testing it will be adding new features as requested by our customers, and those found to be beneficial to the reduction of emissions and increased fuel savings.

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Understanding the size of the potential of the tucking market in North America alone

 

How much fuel does the trucking industry consume?
The trucking industry accounts for 12.8% of all the fuel purchased in the U.S. (source: www.Truckinfo.net)

 
How many trucks are sold in the U.S.?
Approximate average of 192,000 per year.

 
How big is the trucking industry?
The trucking companies, warehouses and private sector in the U.S. employs an estimated 8.9 million people employed in trucking-related jobs; nearly 3.5 million were truck drivers. Of this figure UPS employs 60,000 workers and 9% are owner operators. LTL shippers account for around 13.6 percent of America’s trucking sector.

 
How many trucks operate in the U.S.?
Estimates of 15.5 million trucks operate in the U.S. Of this figure 2 million are tractor trailers.

 
How many truckers are there?
It is an estimated over 3.5 million truck drivers in the U.S. Of that one in nine are independent, a majority of which are owner operators. Canada has in excess of 250,000 truck drivers.

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Latest Testing and Data Sharing Agreements TTSI
DYA.V had provided and assisted in the installation of a HydraGen™ unit on a 2003 Peterbuilt Class 8 truck through Total Transportation Services Inc. ("TTSI") headquartered in Rancho Dominguez, California. After four months of on-going testing and data collection, TTSI has satisfied itself with respect to its analysis of fuel savings and is currently waiting for testing by an accredited, 3rd party testing facility to validate reduced toxicity of emissions.

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Targeting the stationary power generation market... then on to shipping and rail

 

Caribbean Pilot Project

 

Many islands in the Caribbean (as well as remote cities and villages in Alaska and many other communities around the world) rely almost entirely on diesel power generation for their energy needs. A full 72% of installed generating capacity in the Caribbean is diesel-engine based – also the most expensive source of fuel.

 

 

DYA.V applying its proven technology to fossil fuel powered generators in the Caribbean has the potential to unlock massive savings.

 

dynaCERT announced that it has concluded Phase-1 testing of the pilot project of the HydraGen(TM) technology with a stationary power generator in the Caribbean. Phase-1 objective was testing and data collection that measures the performance characteristics of a 9R32 Wartsila generator with the induction of hydrogen and oxygen at varying concentrations, compared to baseline performance.

 

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Understanding the need to reduce emissions

 

Reducing the amount of greenhouse gasses provides benefits to the environment, to communities and businesses and to DYA.V shareholders.

 

One of the primary determinants of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from mobile sources is the amount of carbon in the fuel.
 

The U.S. Code of Federal Regulations (40 CFR 600.113) provides values for carbon content per gallon of gasoline and diesel fuel which Environmental Protection Agency uses in calculating the fuel economy of vehicles: Diesel carbon content per gallon is 2,708 grams.
 
Black carbon is a climate forcing agent formed through the incomplete combustion of fossil fuels, biofuel, and biomass, and is emitted in both anthropogenic and naturally occurring soot. It consists of pure carbon in several linked forms. Black carbon warms the Earth by absorbing heat in the atmosphere and by reducing albedo (the ability to reflect sunlight), when deposited on snow and ice.
 

The majority of black carbon emissions are from developing countries and this trend is expected to increase. The largest sources of black carbon are Asia, Latin America, and Africa. China and India together account for 25-35% of global black carbon emissions.
 

Recent studies and public testimony by many of the scientists cited in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s report estimate that; emissions from black carbon are the second largest contributor to global warming after carbon dioxide emissions, and that reducing these emissions may be the fastest strategy for slowing climate change.
 

The European Union and United States might further reduce their black carbon emissions by accelerating implementation of black carbon regulations that currently take effect in 2015 or 2020 and by supporting the adoption of pending International Maritime Organization regulations. Existing regulations also could be expanded to increase the use of clean diesel and clean coal technologies and to develop second-generation technologies.

 

World Overview
Urbanization is the movement of people from rural to urban locations. Ivanhoe’s Robert Friedland says urbanization is "one of the greatest social and economic transformations in human history." 100 years ago, just 20% of the world's population lived in cities. In 1990, that number grew to 40%. Today, the World Health Organization (WHO) says the majority (roughly 54%) of the world's population lives in cities. And this number is growing. By 2050, UNICEF estimates 70% of people will be living in cities. China and India alone will have about a billion people living in cities. But packing more people into smaller spaces has some negative effects. One of the biggest includes pollution, which is largely due to vehicle emissions. China's air quality is already terrible from the coal-fired plants that produce the country's electricity. But adding millions upon millions of cars (there are more than 120 million passenger cars clogging the roads in China) has made it worse. Major cities, like Beijing, are often shrouded in smog. But it's not just China that faces pollution problems. The WHO says air pollution is the world's largest environmental health risk. In 2012, it killed one out of every eight people. dynaCERT is part of the world wide solution with its green technology.

  

 


dynaCERT Inc.'s Governance and Management  Skip to top

 

DYA.V's board of directors and management team has a well rounded combination of people that each contribute expertise in disciplines necessary for a successful organization:

 

Jim Payne, President, CEO and Director

Mr. Jim Payne is Chief Executive Officer, dynaCERT Inc. Mr. Payne also serves as Chief Executive Officer of his privately held consulting, project management and real-estate development company operating in the GTA and surrounding areas. Mr. Payne graduated from St. Clair College in Construction Engineering, Project Management and Estimating in 1974. He has successfully built and managed his own private companies for more than 38 years. This provides Mr. Payne with years of experience in accounting, business leadership, and the legal aspects of governance. Over the last decade Mr. Payne has taken his natural networking skills and built on them to create strong team dynamics that lead to success and generate movement. With a strong leadership presence, Mr. Payne is leading dynaCERT in a way that has helped to streamline corporate activities, generate growth, form new partnerships, and bring the corporate vision to a reality.

 

David Bridge, COO

Mr. Bridge has an extensive background in managing technology operations and multi-million dollar corporate ventures. He is an accomplished leader with extensive knowledge of restructuring and streamlining IT to increase efficiency and reduce cost. Mr. Bridge has held several senior IT positions with major firms for the past 25 years as well as successfully led teams at AMD, RBC Financials, Virgin Mobile and Blackberry. As the senior IT leader, he helped Virgin Mobile in Canada expand from a start-up to a key competitor in the Telecommunications sector. In his most recent position at Blackberry as a Director of Infrastructure, Architecture and Engineering, he led a high performance team that designed and supported large scale enterprise wide systems.

 

Jean-Pierre Colin, Director

Mr. Colin is a corporate strategy consultant to high-growth publicly listed companies. He has been a recognized senior securities industry executive and effective investment banking professional providing financing and mergers and acquisitions services to numerous prosperous issuers in Canada. As a result of his extensive financial background throughout his career, he has been called to lead teams of corporate finance professionals at national securities dealers, such as Richardson Greenshields, JP Colin Securities, Deacon Capital, Octagon Capital and Desjardins. He has also served as a high-profile corporate board director and C-suite executive of numerous public companies, often chairing audit committees, compensation committees and corporate governance committees, including with Premier Gold Mines; Wolfden Resources, sold to Zinifex for over $350 million; Virginia Gold whose Eleonore property was sold to Goldcorp for over $ 1 billion; and, Pelangio Mines, the former controlling shareholder of Detour Gold, one of Canada's largest gold mining operations. Mr. Colin holds a DCS from McGill University where he studied Biology & Engineering, an MBA from the University of Western Ontario, a Law Degree from the University of Ottawa and also practiced corporate law prior to his investment-banking profession.

 

Robert K. Maier, MBA, P.Eng, Director

Robert Maier is a Mechanical Engineer who has spent over 30 years building machinery and technology companies. He served as president of MKG Inc., Kaperal Corp, and Semco Technologies which are all Ontario Companies. He was also the COO of MTA, a coal-mining equipment manufacturer in Pittsburgh. In addition he has served as VP Manufacturing for Skyjack Inc. and VP and director for Puma Engineering. All these companies developed and manufactured technology locally and shipped the products worldwide. Since 2011 he has been the President of SPS North America.
  

Ronald Perry, B. Comm, B.A., CA, Director

Mr. Ronald Perry serves as Vice-President of Metanor Resources Inc. and has been its Treasurer and Independent Director since March 2007. Mr. Perry has almost 30 years of accounting, financial and entrepreneurial business experience in high technology, venture capital and merchant banking companies. Since the year 2000, Mr. Perry has been the Founder and serves as President of Briolijor Corporation, a financial consulting company to both private and public corporations. Mr. Perry has been involved in all facets of business including statutory reporting, internal controls, legal aspects as well as all administrative responsibilities. Mr. Perry serves as a Director of Manitex Capital Inc. and Pinetree Capital Inc. Mr. Perry is a Chartered Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting from the Concordia University and Bachelor of Commerce in Administration from the Concordia University. As a Director with dynaCERT, Mr. Perry serves as the chair of the Audit Committee.

 

R. Wayne Hoffman, CA, Director

Mr. Hoffman has served as a member of the Corporation's Business Advisory Committee since October 2007. He is a Chartered Accountant and business executive with one of America's finest companies, Deere & Company, a corporation that is customer driven and places a heavy emphasis on quality and teamwork. He served as Vice-President, Finance at John Deere Limited for 25 years and President of John Deere Credit for over 8 years. As well, Mr. Hoffman spent two years in Deere & Company’s Business Development Dept. responsible for mergers and acquisitions. In his public service, Mr. Hoffman is volunteering as Treasurer of Christians For Israel, Canada, responsible for Planning and Development.

 

Richard Lu, Director

Richard has more than 25 years of global experience developing and implementing business strategies for organizations in North America, Europe and Asia. He has extensive experience in the energy industry. He was the President of Sky Solar (Canada) Ltd., and a Managing Director at Sky Solar Holdings Co., Ltd. Richard was the VP of Business Development at ARISE Technology Corporation, where he was instrumental in securing its long-term supply chain funding of close to $1 billion dollars. Richard also previously held the position of Chief Conservation Officer and VP of Toronto Hydro Corporation, where he developed and executed a sweeping portfolio ($110 million) of Conservation, Demand Management and Distributed Energy programs and was instrumental in creating an energy conservation culture in Ontario. Prior to that he was the Vice-President of Environment, Health and Safety, ensuring Toronto Hydro Corporation’s commitment to providing a safe and healthy workplace for employees and the strategies for achieving sustainable development and growth are successfully met. Richard has held senior positions with Enbridge Gas Distribution, Husky Injection Molding Systems Ltd., and Dillon Consulting.

 

Elliot Strashin, Director

Dr. Elliot Strashin brings with him a wealth of experience across a number of industries. His involvement with public mining companies began with Maple Minerals Inc. from 1996 - 2001, where he served as a director. In April of 1999 he joined the board of Canadian Golden Dragon Resources Ltd. as Corporate Secretary and became President and CEO in January of 2000. He continues to serve Dragon under its new name, Trillium North Minerals Ltd., as CEO and President. Dr. Strashin is also CEO and President of Strashin and Sons Limited, a private real estate development company that specializes in LEED1 certified, green building. dynaCERT's plant and offices are located in one of these buildings. In keeping with his green focus, Dr. Strashin has also involved himself in green technologies as a co-founder of Ellsin Environmental Ltd., which has built a prototype tire recycling plant in Sault Saint Marie and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Environmental Waste International Inc. He is also a 50% shareholder and Chief Financial Officer of Puma Hydrocarbons Inc., a company whose purpose is to promote and generate sales for green technologies, including dynaCERT products.

 

Other - Key Management

 

Terrence MacDonald, CPA, CA, Corporate Secretary, CFOMMr. MacDonald, CPA, CA, is a Chartered Professional Accountant with over 30 years' experience in the financial, technology and resource sectors including major international experience in Europe and Asia, including 20 years working with Ernst & Young and KPMG. His extensive experience with public company financial reporting and regulatory compliance will be a major benefit for dynaCERT. He was previously an audit partner (with a mid-sized accounting firm) where he provided accounting, audit and transaction services to a diverse group of public companies. Mr. MacDonald also has significant experience in mergers and acquisitions, financial restructuring and strategic planning.

 

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