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Dinatrum Novofuel’s Patent to produce Hydrogen is currently utilized in various indirect forms as PEM-Proton Exchange Membrane

MONTREAL, Feb. 18, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Dinatrum/Alumifuel Power Corporation (“Dinatrum” or the “Company”) (OTC Markets: AFPW) February 18, 2020, Mr. Pedro Villagran-Garcia, President & CEO would like to mention that we would like to update some of our former customers and shareholders that our company has a full line of solutions to produce hydrogen outdoors. Some of them were fully developed into pilot plants and prototypes, and others are still in development stage.

The utilization of PEM-Proton Exchange Membrane is a method to produce hydrogen that has advanced substantially and that currently is being used by various hydrogen distributors. Although most of the hydrogen consumed derives from Propane Gas, most of Novofuel’s products are used to produce hydrogen in the outdoors.  It is all a matter of production efficiency as thousands of products are utilizing Hydrogen Fuel.

We look forward to coordinate efforts on these with our customers and with people that used to work for us.

We are currently working on producing Financial Statements in order to make the necessary filings with OTC Markets to bring the company Pink Current.

The Company’s name change, and new trading symbol will be effective in the over-the-counter markets when FINRA has completed its review of the Company’s application for the name change.

DINATRUM is a Real Estate Investment Trust with projects within North America. Dinatrum holds a Hydrogen Production Patent amongst other technologies to enable the production of Hydrogen in the Outdoors.


On behalf of the Board,

Pedro Villagran-Garcia,
President & CEO

For further information, please contact the company at 1-514-432-7746 or by email at

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