Toronto based clean tech firm dynaCERT has landed a major order from a European automotive and trucking company for its carbon emission reduction device known as HydraGEN.
MOSOLF Group of Germany has signed a purchase order for 1,000 devices, for delivery in 2020. The units are assembled in dynaCERT’s Toronto research, development and manufacturing facility.
dynaCERT and MOSOLF Group have also signed a strategic Memorandum of Understanding, defining the collaboration for penetration in numerous vertical markets in Europe of dynaCERT’s patented clean technology, which the company claims to reduce carbon emissions from diesel truck engines by more than 50 per cent, slashes Nitrogen Oxide emissions 88 per cent and reduces fuel consumption by 10 – 20 per cent. A dealer agreement for Germany has also been signed.
The HydraGEN units are about the size of a suitcase, and underwent rigorous testing at Germany’s TUV Nord, TUV Sud and by PIT Group in Canada, verifying its emission reduction effectiveness. Attaching one HydraGEN device to a transport truck and trailer reduces fuel consumption by 5,000 litres a year.