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Professor Sven Kullander to Give Public Lecture on Hot and Cold Fusion in November

Orebro University in Sweden has released an announcement of a public lecture by University of Uppsala Professor Sven Kullander about the future of nuclear power. The announcement (Google translation) reads as follows: Date: 2011-11-23 Time: 18:30 to 20:00 Location: Lecture Hall T, Technology Building Sven Kullander, Professor of High Energy Physics at Uppsala University, chairman …

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Interviews with Andrea Rossi and Alexandros Xanthoulis of Defkalion

Following Defkalion’s recent press conference Andrea Rossi and Alexandros Xanthoulis of Defkalion were interviewed by representatives from the Italian engineering company Phizero. Rossi’s interview is rather short, but he discusses his contract with the University of Bologna. Xanthoulis answers questions about Defkalion’s operations. You can see the video here. Some of the points that Xanthoulis …

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Greece’s Moment of Destiny: How the E-Cat Could Change the Nation’s Fortunes — and the World’s

There’s been quite a lot of discussion by people following the E-Cat story about the lack of attention that is being paid to Andrea Rossi’s technology. Rossi himself has said that he would have preferred not to have publicized his work until October when his 1 MW plant is revealed, but he went public earlier …

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New Video, “Low Energy Nuclear Revolution” Reviews E-Cat Story Reviews

Little by little interest in the E-Cat story grows. Here’s a new video produced by Italian company PhiZero, featuring some of the key figures who have been involved in low energy nuclear reaction research from the time of Fleischmann and Pons to the present, including Sergio Focardi, Christos Stremmenos and Guiseppe Levi, all of whom …

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Key Points from the Defkalion White Paper Providing Company Overview and Outlook

One of the most interesting things on the new Defkalion Green Technologies (DGT) web site is a white paper that gives an overview of the company’s technology and its business plan. It appears that they have carefully thought out how to introduce and proliferate their E-Cat-based technology which will be marketed under the brand name …

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Defkalion Green Energy Technologies s.a. Web Site Expanded, Redesigned

Formerly just a placeholding site, www.defkalion-energy.com has been upgraded today and contains much more information than before. The site has information about E-Cat powered products it will be manufacturing, as well as information about the company itself. The site also includes a forum. It looks like it has been launched today to coincide with the …

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