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Here’s an interesting little piece of information from LinkedIn which helps give us a bit of an idea of what might be the status of affairs Defkalion Green Technologies. On John Hadjichristos’s LinkedIn profile, he lists his current employm…

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Here’s an interesting little piece of information from LinkedIn which helps give us a bit of an idea of what might be the status of affairs Defkalion Green Technologies. On John Hadjichristos’s LinkedIn profile, he lists his current employm…

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Mats Lewan has written a new post on his animpossibleinvention.com web site about last year’s demonstration put on by Defkalion Green Technologies in Milan where they live streamed video of one of their Hyperion reactors purportedly demonstrating…

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Oilprice.com has just today published an interview with Alex Xanthouilis, CEO of Defkalion Green Technologies. James Burgess asks Xanthoulis about the current status of Defkalion’s business and technologicall plans, and about his overall thoughts…

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A paper titled “Theoretical Analysis and Reaction Mechanisms for Experimental Results of Hydrogen Nickel Systems” written by University of Purdue professor of physics Yeong E. Kim, and John Hadjichristos, Chief Technology Officer at Defkali…

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Peter Gluck has a post on his Ego Out web site in which he relates that John Hadjichristos, of Defkalion Green Technologies visited him in Romania as he was presenting a paper (co-authored with Peter Gluck) at the Process in Isotopes and Molecules Inte…

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The following post was submitted by E-Cat World reader Rick Allen. For two decades, cold fusion (LENR) researchers have worked to make their anomalous heat effects powerful, repeatable, and robust. With Rossi and Focardi’s announcement of the E-C…

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Physicist and cold fusion researcher Edward Tsyganov presented his research on low-energy collisions of atoms within a crystal at the Channeling 2012 Conference organized by the Italian National Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN). A description of this work was summarized in our Q&A A Physicist’s Formula with Tsyganov. Now, Registration of energy discharge in D … Continue reading Deformation of electron outer shells important for Hyperion too, says Tsyganov

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There are sometimes when not knowing Italian can be a big disadvantage in this cold fusion story. Yesterday with the help of Google Translate I spent quite a bit of time on 22passi.blogspot.com trying to figure out what the controversy was surrounding …

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Here’s a new thread for discussion of today’s schedule presentation by Defkalion Green Technologies. Today’s schedule of events at the ICCF-18 conference shows “Demonstration: Defkalion Reactor Startup” listed from 9:00-9:…

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Video: Dr. Bob excited about Defkalion demo drboblog.com Defkalion Green Technologies has scheduled two public demonstrations of their Hyperion core reactor next week concurrent with the 18th International Conference on Cold Fusion (ICCF-18). Defkalion originates from Greece, but now has their main lab in Vancouver, Canada. Labs dedicated to applications for the steam generator are … Continue reading Defkalion Hyperion demo to be broadcast online

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The ever popular online rumor mill is claiming that one of Andrea Rossi’s e-cat low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) devices is up and running somewhere in the USA. Several online sources claim that the plant was shipped to a “civilian” customer so…

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Peter Gluck who runs the Ego Out blog has conducted an interview with theoretical physicist Professor Yeong E Kim of Purdue University. Kim has had a longstanding interest in cold fusion going back to the days of Pons and Fleischmann and has authored o…

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Jeane Manning, author of Breakthrough Power, has published an article in Atlantic Rising on her visit to Defkalion Green Technologies new office in Vancouver, Canada where she viewed a live demonstration of their Hyperion thermal generator. Beyond LENR (aka ‘cold fusion’) to Useful Energy [.pdf] is available for free on Manning’s Changing Power website and … Continue reading Jeane Manning on live demo of Defkalion’s Hyperion

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Defkalion Green Technologies is planning to unveil an improved version of its low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) technology at the National Instruments NI Week corporate conference in August. The company’s CEO Alex Xanthoulis made that revelation to …

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