il (2006):Cold Fusion:UK defense looks at an Italian-Japanese study; 2014 Nikkei mag feature MHI/Iwamura

  • EDIT: that article is old in fact, from 2006.
    An Italian article reported in 2006 a UK military report citing Iwamura and Celani researchs to manage nuclear waste remediation through LENR.

    I don't know the impact factor of that media, but the article is quite positive.

    This article is to be put in parallel with an article on Mitsubishi/Iwamura work on LENR transmutation, what looks like another mainstream newspaper, in the Green Business section :


    The road to the detoxification of radioactive waste? Mitsubishi Heavy, to practical research(translated)

    Use the deuterium, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries established the basic technology of the element conversion to change the type of the element with less energy. Without a large-scale nuclear reactors and accelerators, for example cesium was confirmed by experiment and can vary in many praseodymium element number four. Toward demonstration equipment installation in the future and into the practical application research. Converted to harmless non-radioactive elements, the same strontium and radioactive cesium radioactive waste and those that open the way for detoxification of, the rush to put to practical use as a primary manufacturer.


    Iwamura works seems to have attracted strange interest since long.
    Rethinking how LENR is ignore today, but that there is a "Weak Signal" remaining since long, it is hard to understand who is discreetly supporting LENR, who will make it's coming-out on Cold Fusion ?

  • Steven Krivit on New Energy times have traslmatted the previous article on Nikkei magazine, about Mitsubishi/Iwamura works to transmute Cesium for Fukushima cleaning...


    Nikkei Reports Mitsubishi to Use LENRs To Clean Nuclear Waste

    On April 8, 2014, Nikkei, the Japanese equivalent of the Wall Street Journal, reported that Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in Yokohama, Japan, plans to use low-energy nuclear reactions to clean nuclear waste. This patented LENR transmutation method was developed by Mitsubishi physicist Yasuhiro Iwamura.

    New Energy Times has translated the Nikkei story below. We have also placed online a copy of a recent slide presentation from Iwamura and an updated European patent specification from the company.