Swiss startup LENR-Cities has published the following press release regarding the status its business activities. Also, there is an accompanying interview with LENR Cities CEO Michel Vandenberghe by Alain Coetmeur. These are English translations; Frenc…

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Since there are beginning to be more frequent references to the 1 MW E-Cat plant that we have been told will be installed and be open to visitors at some point (perhaps this year, according to Andrea Rossi), I thought I would create a dedicated thread …

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Since there is an increasing amount of anticipation about the long-expected report from third party which has been involved in long-term testing of the E-Cat, I thought I’d create a thread where news, links, rumors, etc. could be posted. Remember…

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For those of us interested not just in the E-Cat as an invention, but also its inventor, Andrea Rossi has responded to a question on the Journal of Nuclear Physics about his daily routine these days. I must say that I have always found the daily habits…

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There has been some comment here and other sites about Helion Energy, a Redmond, Washington-based company which is seeking to develop an new type of nuclear fusion reactor that will be able to produce twice as much energy as is input into it. The Wall …

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Today Andrea Rossi announced on the Journal of Nuclear Physics what would appear to be an important development in the commercialization of the E-Cat. In a comment about the use of multiple reactors inside each E-Cat plant, Rossi made this comment: Las…

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There’s an article on Peswiki.com that reports that the Solar Hydrogen Trends team recently visited an investors conference at nonprofit research center SRI International in Menlo Park, California. While they were there they spent some time with…

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Many people have been trying to get their head around what the ‘Rossi Effect’ is. What could be going on inside the E-Cat reactor to generate so much energy without the problems associated with the nuclear and chemical reactions that are cu…

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We’ve been discussing the appropriate name for ‘the reaction’ for some time now, and a recent thread here suggested the need for taking the world ‘Nuclear’ out of any label that is used as it could have negative connotatio…

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Investment and interest in all forms of energy technology and research is increasing at a breathtaking rate these days. Energy companies and products of all sorts are attracting a vast amount of capital which is good news for those interested in altern…

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Here’s a very interesting development that has been brought up here on the Always Open thread, and also discussed on vortex-l. An article on Wired Uk by David Hambling reports how a US scientist named Guido Fetta has built a microwave thruster wh…

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It looks like the recent efforts of Randell Mills and Blacklight Power in reaching out to the public and putting on demonstrations of their technology have been successful from a financial standpoint, at least. Posted on the BLP website today is the fo…

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Most people following the E-Cat story are aware that we’re in a lull in the action as we wait for the long anticipated report, and the unveiling of the first commercial plant. I hope this period won’t go on for too long, but it will take as…

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The following is a guest post from ECW reader Hope4Dbest Now that the Ecat (or other iterations) seem to be closer and closer, it is time for the acronym LENR to be “dissappeared”.  We are so used to reading it that we forget that the &#82…

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