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dynaCERT Invited to Exhibit at the Canadian Utility Fleet Forum

October 24, 2022






dynaCERT Invited to Exhibit at the Canadian Utility Fleet Forum

TORONTO, ON--(Business Wire – October 24, 2022). (TSX: DYA) (OTCQX: DYFSF) (FRA: DMJ) dynaCERT Inc. ("dynaCERT" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that it has been invited to exhibit at the Canadian Utility Fleet Forum (“CUFF”) hosted by the Canadian Utility Fleet Council from October 24, 2022, to October 26, 2022, in Toronto (Canada).

dynaCERT will be exhibiting at CUFF its proprietary patented HydraGEN™ Technology which is designed to reduce fuel consumption and reduce Carbon Emissions for utilities that desire to reduce their Carbon Footprint and GHG emissions.

CUFF is the only trade show that brings together fleet decision makers from across Canada driving safety and reliability with utility equipment manufacturers in North America. Fleet representatives and suppliers exchange ideas, best practices, as well as discussions on shared challenges to find solutions that benefit the safety of the Canadian Utility Workers.

Chris Walsh, President of the Canadian Utilities Fleet Council and Fleet Engineer at Hydro One indicates that the Canadian Utility Fleet Council promotes the interests of the "Utility Fleet Sector" by providing a united voice to Government, Standards Bodies and Regulators. The Council acted to develop and administer the Utility Fleet Equipment Mechanic certification which has and will continue to elevate trades person competency to the highest in the world.

Annually, the Council presents the "Utility Fleet Forum" bringing together fleet decision makers from across Canada to plot the future course of industry. In the past, the Council has been responsible for sending a representative to ISO meetings to contribute in the development of International standards for vehicle mounted aerial devices.

The participation of the Canadian Utility Fleet Council has led substantial progress in improving what had originally been a European dominated standard with potentially serious negative consequences for North American fleets. The Canadian Utility Fleet Council also recently met with representatives of Natural Resources Canada to lobby to the Federal government for funding and their participation in the development of environmentally friendly hybrid trucks.

Ed Cordeiro, Director of Sales, Americas, of dynaCERT stated, “dynaCERT is very pleased to participate at the Canadian Utility Fleet Forum where our HydraGEN™ Technology is welcomed because it was designed to provide a global solution to reduce pollution. dynaCERT has received the Smart Sustainable Company Rating Seal. This honourable distinction of dynaCERT and its HydraGEN™ Technology as it applies to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and United Nations Global Compact Principles, has been evaluated as “high”, the highest global ranking in its category.”


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About dynaCERT Inc.


dynaCERT Inc. manufactures and distributes Carbon Emission Reduction Technology along with its proprietary HydraLytica™ Telematics, a means of monitoring fuel consumption and calculating GHG emissions savings designed for the tracking of possible future Carbon Credits for use with internal combustion engines. As part of the growing global hydrogen economy, our patented technology creates hydrogen and oxygen on-demand through a unique electrolysis system and supplies these gases through the air intake to enhance combustion, which has shown to lower carbon emissions and improve fuel efficiency. Our 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. Website:




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On Behalf of the Board

Murray James Payne, CEO

For more information, please contact:


Jim Payne, CEO & President

dynaCERT Inc.

#101 – 501 Alliance Avenue

Toronto, Ontario M6N 2J1

+1 (416) 766-9691 x 2


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dynaCERT Inc.

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