dynaCERT Inc, a Canadian based energy technology company, will participate in the Hydrogen Strategy Working Group of the Ontario Government. The working group aims to help inform the development of the region’s hydrogen strategy. The work will be built upon the input received through the public consultation process and other works. The 21 members of the group that the Ontario Government invited will provide advice on using hydrogen across various sectors.
Jim Payne, CEO of dynaCERT, said, “The Hydrogen Strategy Working Group of the Ontario Government is an important step in the process of developing a workable hydrogen strategy.”
Providing an update on the company performance this year, dynaCERT said that this year, it received confirmed orders for HG-1 HydraGEN™ Technology Units and HydraGEN™ HG2, HG-4C and HydraGEN™ HG-6C from mining companies in Russia, China, Brazil and Peru.
It also received purchase orders for HG-1 units from the North American trucking company KarbonKleen. Furthermore, it has also completed emission tests on the City of Woodstock’s entire bus and garbage truck featuring its HydraGEN technology.
dynaCERT’s said that its alkaline hydrogen electrolysers are well suited for non-pressurised hydrogen production up to 500 litres/hour and can be stacked for higher hydrogen demand.
Gurjant Singh, dynaCERT’s Head of Research and Development, said, “dynaCERT’s upcoming products such as the anion exchange membrane and the cation exchange membrane electrolysers will produce pressurised hydrogen to meet the global demand.”
Mr Singh further added that pressurised hydrogen would significantly cut down the compression cost making it affordable to use in small- and large-scale applications such as off-grid power supply, fuel cells etc.