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The Open Power Association at Hydrobetatron.org published Newsletter #12. The original newsletter N 012_Luglio_2014_Ottimizzato in Italian is here. Excerpts below are google-translated to English, then, in some cases, slightly smoothed out. ******************************************** Dear Friends, there is much news this month! 1 It is a matter of pride for us, as well as honor, be able … Continue reading Open Power Association Newsletter #12: 400+ parameter tests and a model

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Many thanks to an ECW reader who forwarded me a link to an article in the Greek magazine Tovima. The article is behind a paywall, so I am not able to post much of it here, (and it was written in Greek, so Google Translate has to be taken into considera…

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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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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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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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Many people have already commented on the recently published article in the Greek newspaper Vima about Defklaion Green Technologies. I have been hoping to find a better translation of the article before commenting since I had a hard time following the …

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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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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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Defkalion Stirs Expectations

On 24 settembre 2012 By

The following comment can be found on the Defkalion forum. I post it because the statement is specific and the claim has a short timescale (next weeks?) before it will be obviously true or not. Will this come to anything? Given past performance, I am not optimistic but hope to be proven wrong. If so, [...]

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Report from ICCF-17

On 14 agosto 2012 By

I thought this comment from Tyler van Houwelingen deserved to be in separate post. Thanks Tyler! Greetings from ICCF-17, After seeing the DGT presentation, speaking with them and speaking with people who have been onsite to see the hyperion in Greece, …

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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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Peter Gluck, of the Ego Out blog, recently conducted a Skype interview with a member of the Defkalion Green Technologies management team (the name of the person was not revealed) in which DGT’s business plans and operations were the main topic. E…

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Defkalion Green Technologies has released a slide show of pictures of laboratory and construction work at its facility in Xanthi in Northern Greece. The pictures released include several of its Hyperion Low Energy Nuclear Reaction device, shots of the …

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Just a quick notice to bring attention to the recent release of photos from Defkalion Green Technologies’ recent lab testing and also of the production facilities that are under construction in Xanthi, Greece. Some of the photos of the labs inclu…

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