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Bixby Energy Systems Re-Appoints Ron Kinner as Chief Financial Officer

MINNEAPOLIS, July 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Bixby Energy Systems Inc., a new-energy technology development company, has re-appointed finance and accounting veteran Ron Kinner to its executive team as chief financial officer and controller.

Mr. Kinner, 58, brings more than 20 years of experience working in a broad range of senior management, finance, investor relations and human resources positions in the distribution and manufacturing sectors. The announcement marks Mr. Kinner's return to Bixby Energy Systems where he served as its chief financial officer from 2007 until October of last year.

"We welcome Ron back to Bixby with the charge of applying his extensive knowledge of our industry and his experience in growing company operations," said Robert Walker, chairman, CEO and president of Bixby Energy Systems. "As our company continues to expand into global markets, Ron's knowledge and business acumen will help us to efficiently accelerate our growth plans."

Prior to re-joining Bixby Energy Systems, Mr. Kinner served as chief financial officer and controller for Hypres Inc., a leading venture capital-funded superconductor company. He has also held various financial positions at Hitchcock Industries, a supplier of castings and related services for the aerospace industry; Wellman Dynamics, a manufacturer of castings for the aerospace industries; Pinnacle Food Group, a producer of diversified food products; and Kenall Manufacturing, an independent lighting manufacturer. He holds a bachelor's degree from Miami University and a master's degree from Marquette University.

About Bixby Energy Systems

Founded in 2001, Bixby Energy Systems (, is a "new energy" company dedicated to finding, developing and commercializing technologies that provide clean, economical, practical and sustainable alternative energy solutions.  The cornerstone of the company's technology is the Bixby Process™, an energy conversion system that creates natural gas by superheating coal without burning it. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, utilities that run on synthetic natural gas produce up to 65 percent fewer carbon emissions compared to those that burn coal.

The Bixby Process is a trademark of Bixby Energy Systems, Inc.

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