Solar Hydrogen Trends team visits SRI, McKubrev [Update: Chief Scientist’s Comments on Reactions]

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 Michael McKubre, director of SRI’s Energy Research Center. Solar Hydrogen Trends claim to have developed a method of producing […]
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AR on What the Rossi Effect is Not

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 currently used? If Rossi won’t tell us what is going on (he says that […]
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Rossi: Let’s Switch from LENR to QUAR

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 connotations to many people who are wary about nuclear energy mainly because safety reasons. If this technology […]
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All forms of Energy Investment Increasing

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 alternative power sources such as low energy nuclear reaction (LENR or cold fusion). Some [...]

Blacklight Power Raises Millions in Financing Round

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 following statement: “On July 31, 2014, BlackLight Power closed on $11 M in […]
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Rossi on ‘Electrostatic’ Force from the E-Cat

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 long as it takes, and I’m certainly not […]
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Change of Name from LENR is an Urgent Necessity (Guest Post)

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 ‘N’ stands for Nuclear.  How many bad images does the […]
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The Death of Nuclear (Fission) Power?

I came across an interesting article on vox.com titled “The rise and fall of nuclear power in 6 charts”, which features some charts taken from the 2014 Nuclear Industry Status Report and give visual presentations which provide a quick look at the current status of nuclear power, and projections into the future. You can check […]
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