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Sterling Allan of the Pure Energy Systems network follows multiple types of new energy technologies, including cold fusion. Last year he traveled to Greece to check on the progress of Defkalion Green Technologies Hyperion steam-generator, a prototype commercial product based on low-energy nuclear reactions (LENR) that utilizes nickel and light hydrogen. Recently, Allan interviewed Defkalion‘s … Continue reading Defkalion: “We’re not selling products, we sell technology”

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Sterling Allan of PESN has conducted an interview with Alexandros Xanthoulis, CEO of Defkalion Green Technologies. Xanthoulis states that each reactor is working at 5 kW per hour, operating at between 350-500 degrees Celcius. The reactor needs to be he…

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A report on the Italian web site NextME cites a communique released by Defkalion Green Technologies announcing the formation of a joint venture between DGT and Milan-based MOSE s.r.l. The article explains that the partnership, to be known as ‘Def…

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When you come to a fork in the road, take it! — Yogi Berra Being able to replicate a scientific discovery is one of the mainstays of the scientific method. Difficulty in replicating the Fleischmann and Pons experiment in 1989 has given rise to the widely held myth that cold fusion in fact has never … Continue reading A Fork in the Road to Replication

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Defkalion Green Technologies has finally released some data about its Hyperion low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) device. The Greek/Canadian company has been promising that they’d release the data for months. Now they’ve released an independent rep…

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Forbes columnist Mark Gibbs has been one of the few members of the mainstream press who has paid much attention to things going on in the world of cold fusion/LENR, and up until now he has been quite cautious in his assessment of the state of play in t…

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Defkalion Green Technologies have published documents and video from ‘preliminary’ testing that has been done by an unnamed international group in DGT laboratories. Documents and videos can be seen at the announcement here. DGT videos of te…

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Several months ago, I posted an article asking the question Can Defkalion Survive the Greek Crisis?  To summarize, I explored the obstacles that Defkalion Green Technologies faced starting a commercial enterprise in a country in the midst of economic turmoil and rising social unrest.  This would certainly be problematic for any new enterprise, but especially so … Continue reading Defkalion Settles in Canada

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Short of time today, I just thought I would post a couple of items here. First is a video of Francesco Celani at at ICCF-17 in Korea talking about his nickel wire LENR device. You may need to concentrate a little to understand his English through his h…

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It has been a busy couple of weeks for Defkalion Green Technologies. Last week they were in Texas presenting at NI Week, and today they were on the opposite side of the globe at the 17th International Conference on Cold Fusion in Daejeon, South Korea. …

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Defkalion Green Technologies sent a delegation to Austin for NI Week, and on Wednesday made a presentation about their technology and their upcoming business plans. DGT confirmed that they will be moving their operations to Vancouver, Canada, and their…

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National Instruments, a major U.S. company that produces tools for engineers and scientists, sponsored a demonstration of a nickel-hydrogen gas low-energy nuclear reaction reactor on Monday at its annual NI Week trade show at the Austin Convention Center in Texas. … Continue reading

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More rumors about the fate and future of Defkalion Green Technologies the Greek company that claims to be developing a low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) device similar to Andrea Rossi’s ecat are circulating. None of these rumors can be confirmed and…

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The E-Cat World website is reporting that Defkalion Green Technologies which is developing a low energy nuclear reaction device called the Hyperion could be thinking of leaving Greece. Unfortunately there is no direct evidence of just story just E-Cat …

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A post on the LENR Forum site in Greek appears to be an announcement from Defkalion Green Technologies that they are leaving Greece and moving operations to a yet undetermined country. The person who posted this said they received the information from …

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