Energy Technology Innovator DyneGroup Names Michael Bowman to Board of Advisors

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Founding member of “25x25” and advocate of the “fuel agnostic” engine of the future, now an active BoA member of progressive U.S. Energy Technology company.

Mike Bowman Joins DyneGroup Board of Advisors

Michael Bowman

We are delighted to have the opportunity to align with him and share ideas that will lead to innovation...

DyneGroup, Inc., a Dallas-based energy technology products and services company, has named Michael Bowman to its Board of Advisors, the company announced today. Bowman, a fifth-generation Colorado native, was a founding member, and serves on the National Steering Committee for "25x'25” - a national alliance started by a group of volunteer farm leaders. Bowman believes that the nation's natural resources can be used in a responsible way and is now crusading for green technologies for rural communities, including the development of "fuel agnostic" engines that adjust to whatever kind of fuel is being used."Everyone knows we make food, but often people don't think of these rural communities as places where the fuel and energy is going to come from to meet these new demands," Bowman said.

“We have known Mike for several years and have a great respect for his work - it is right in line with the core values of our brands and we are delighted to have the opportunity to align with him and share ideas that will lead to innovation,” said John Bickel, DyneGroup CEO. “Our product and service offering speaks to his belief in green technology for the rural communities mixed with high efficiency, work horse alternative fuel engines that can deliver high performance on a variety of new fuels. We are in sync and look forward to working together.”

DyneGroup was formed in 2009 to provide leadership to take new energy technologies from laboratory to market. Its current brand portfolio includes the development of processes that will produce cost-effective anhydrous ammonia through a revolutionary green technology, the production of internal combustion engines that will operate on alternative fuels, and the provision of cost-effective, localized integrated solutions via private electrical power systems and micro-grids.

About Mike Bowman

Mr. Bowman was a founding member and serves on the National Steering Committee for “25 x ‘25”, a national alliance that envisions by the year 2025, the farms, ranches and forests of America will provide 25 percent of the total energy consumed in the U.S., while continuing to produce abundant food, feed and fiber. Additionally, he was active in Colorado's "Amendment 37" campaign, the nation's first citizen-initiated renewable portfolio standard. He was a founding member and continues to contribute to the vision Colorado's Climate Action Plan where his efforts are focused on creating public policy encouraging low carbon biofuels and sustainable methods of production. He also represented rural interests in America at a White House Champions of Change award forum, the Obama administration's weekly initiative that touts people across the country making change in their communities.

Mike is a graduate of the Colorado Agriculture and Rural Leadership program, was a Next Generation Fellow in Columbia University's American Assembly and a 2008 recipient of Gamma Sigma Delta's Significant Achievement in Agricultural Award by Colorado State University.

About DyneGroup

DyneGroup is an advanced technology company focused on new energy innovations and committed to the development of products and services that provide the capability for localized and sustainable food, fuel and electricity.

Current DyneGroup technologies and brands will produce modular, distributable and secure power and production systems, designed to provide affordable solutions to end users. The current DyneGroup portfolio includes:

Innovative new energy technologies from Aetodyne, Inc. (and the new Aetodyne Joint Venture with a Canadian technology group, to form a new entity known as “NH3 United”) custom designed to deliver cost effective production, storage and use of Anhydrous Ammonia (NH3) and aimed at world fertilizer production (agriculture), fuel (alternative) and electrical power.

World-class product design / development team and engineering group at DyneGen, Inc. set to deliver new, high performance internal combustion engines and gen-sets that operate on a variety of new fuels.

DyneGroup innovations and processes are guaranteed to deliver the right distributed solutions with the ultimate goal of making new energy technologies a viable reality in the world marketplace.

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