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Dynamic Systems Holdings Inc. Reports Valuation and Provides

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Toronto, June 22, 2011 – Dynamic Systems Holdings Inc. (GXG:DSHI) today announced that a recent technology licensing arrangement and acquisition has boosted the Company’s value to $25,000,000.


The cash and stock transaction saw DSHI acquire the intellectual and patented property and processes of EnerDynamic.  As a result, the Company currently has intellectual property assets worth $19,000,000 and shareholder equity of $6,000,000.  “We’ve greatly enhanced our technology platform by combining the EnerDynamic technologies with our existing product offerings and have positioned DSHI as a breakthrough organization with the necessary infrastructure to penetrate the transportation, telecommunication and water purification industries globally”, stated Al Scott, President of DSHI.  “Our strategy for commercialization will focus initially on the ‘Ener-Tree’, a novel hybrid wind and solar generating system that can be a source of mobile power in remote locations utilizing an outer membrane made of photo-voltaic cells with the benefit of wind power generation”, added Scott.


Proposed applications for the Ener-Tree remote power system, projected market size and conservative market penetration numbers have been researched and published by DSHI management.


About Company:

DSHI is a clean technology company focused on alternative energy products for the global market. DSHI develops, commercializes, and licenses a range of viable and innovative solutions for the global energy, transportation, telecommunications and water purification industries.


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