THE NEW LENR LANDSCAPE - A NEW KIND OF ENERGY

The revolutionary possibility of clean, safe, and reliable energy easily accessible to all has been thought to be impossible. Who would have imagined that harnessing power densities comparable in magnitude to conventional fission or fusion but producing no toxic emissions or dangerous radiation would be plausible? Throughout the 20th century, scientists have observed anomalous heat that could not be explained by chemistry alone. Until recent years, reproducing this phenomenon has been difficult but the multiple developments in quantum science, nanomaterials, and advanced manufacturing suggest a new type of nuclear energy may be at hand.

LENR DISCOVERY

To provide education & inspiration surrounding energy generation technology, based on the emerging principles of unconventional fusion.

THE REPORT: LENRARIES 2021

A NEW KIND OF NUCLEAR
Our quest for carbon-free energy is more urgent than ever as our climate emergency becomes more dire. Renewable energy from the sun and wind are growing but not quickly enough to shut down carbon-intense fossil fuel power. Nuclear fission already provides one tenth of the world’s power needs but public perceptions and limited financing have preventing rapid expansion.

ICCF 24

Coming to Silicon Valley
Summer 2022

The global LENR/Cold Fusion conference bringing the leading researchers and companies

THE LATEST

The EU sponsored HERMES projects employ advanced techniques and tools to investigate LENR’s anomalous effects and develop a comprehensive theory for clean hydrogen-metal energy technologies.

Subatomic particles and the quantum effects that dominate conventional fission and fusion theories will never explain how LENR works, since the math we have to describe these effects defy conventional computer solutions. The day will come when quantum technology must describe LENR’s new physics.

ICCF 24

Coming to Silicon Valley Summer 2022

The global LENR/Cold Fusion conference bringing the leading researchers and companies

THE LATEST

In 2020, NASA’s Glenn Research Center demonstrated an.innovative nuclear powered application for deep space exploration based on lattice confinement fusion (LCF).

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The EU sponsored HERMES projects employ advanced techniques and tools to investigate LENR’s anomalous effects and develop a comprehensive theory for clean hydrogen-metal energy technologies.

Read More

Subatomic particles and the quantum effects that dominate conventional fission and fusion theories will never explain how LENR works, since the math we have to describe these effects defy conventional computer solutions. The day will come when quantum technology must describe LENR’s new physics.

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