dynaCERT has concluded a Collaboration Agreement with Cipher Neutron to further jointly develop, produce and market state-of-the-art Hydrogen technology, including AEM Electrolyser technology, that is designed to produce Green Hydrogen for world-wide large infrastructure projects, and Reversible Fuel Cell technology applied to emergency preparedness and efficient storage of Hydrogen as a long-term source of power.In collaboration with dynaCERT, CN plans to expand the development of dynaCERT’s previously announced Anion Exchange Membrane Electrolysers with a goal to expand dynaCERT’s collaborative Research & Development and to accomplish the following:⦁\tA 5-Kilowatt AEM Electrolyser that can meet the commercial specifications of potential clients internationally⦁\tA 50-Kilowatt AEM Electrolyser that can meet the commercial specifications of potential clients internationally⦁\tA 250-Kilowatt AEM Electrolyser that can meet the commercial specifications of potential clients internationally⦁\tA line of Reversible Fuel Cells to meet the growing variety of customer’s emerging needs internationally⦁\tA Production Facility meeting the suitability requirements to offer these products to international clients in a timely and reliable manner and on a cost competitive basisCipher Neutron is a rapidly growing disruptive technology company focused on Electrolysers for Green Hydrogen production and Reversible Fuel Cells for power generation and energy storage solutions. Cipher Neutron combines a global group of collaborating scientists that team up with engineers, technology developers, experts in hydrogen technology, investment bankers and people that have worked in hydrogen and power generation for decades. Cipher Neutron’s innovative products, such as Electrolysers and Reversible Fuel Cells under development, have unique advantages over other Hydrogen production, power generation and energy storage solutions currently available in the global market.AEM is considered as a superior hybrid solution combining the benefits of both PEM electrolysers and Alkaline electrolysers. The major issue with PEM technology is the high cost owing to the use of precious metals such as Platinum and Iridium as catalysts. AEM does not require such precious metals making it more sustainable and cost effective than PEM electrolysers. The major drawback in Alkaline electrolysis is its low current density and highly corrosive alkaline solution used as the electrolyte.