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event January 17, 2023 location_on AUSTIN, TX

Rain Enhancement Technologies, Inc. (“Rainwater Tech”), a leader in the development of rainfall generation technology, and dMY Technology Group, Inc. VI (NYSE: DMYS) (“dMY VI”) today announced that Dr. Jim Yong Kim has been nominated to join Rainwater Tech’s Board of Directors upon closing of the Rainwater Tech’s business combination with dMY VI.

event December 22, 2022 location_on AUSTIN, TX and LAS VEGAS, NV

Rain Enhancement Technologies, Inc. (“Rainwater Tech”), a leader in the development of rainfall generation technology, and dMY Technology Group, Inc. VI (NYSE: DMYS) (“dMY VI”), a publicly traded special purpose acquisition company, today announced that they have entered into a business combination agreement. Upon closing, the combined company is expected to retain the Rainwater Tech name. Once the business combination is completed, dMY VI will change its trading ticker from DMYS to the new ticker symbol “RANY.”

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Businesswire – Rainwater Tech – Innovator in Rainfall Generation Technology – to Become Publicly Traded through a Business Combination with dMY VI

Rain Enhancement Technologies, Inc. (“Rainwater Tech”) has entered into a business combination with dMY Technology Group, Inc. VI (“dMY VI”); once the business combination is completed, dMY VI is changing its ticker symbol on the New York Stock Exchange to the ticker symbol “RANY.”
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Yahoo Finance – Rainwater Tech to list in New York via SPAC merger

More than 2.3 billion people live in water-stressed areas, meaning they don't have enough to meet standard needs, according to the United Nations. This number will rise as a warming world creates drought conditions in more places, and climate change affects the water cycle, influencing weather patterns and depositing in many areas less rainfall than historical norms.
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Reuters – Rainwater Tech to list in New York via SPAC merger

Rain Enhancement Technologies Inc, a developer of systems that boost rainfall in arid regions, has agreed to combine with special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) dMY Technology Group VI (DMYS.N), the companies told Reuters. Led by Mike Nefkens, the former president of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services, Rain Enhancement Technologies - to be known as Rainwater Tech - plans to commercialize a method known as ground-based ionization that makes clouds drop more rain.