I've been reviewing some prototypes of LENR energy modules that various companies have mentioned that they would release. It seems to me that using Palladium instead of nickle produces higher energy output from the same size of the device. Take for example Deneum vs Rossi's E-cat or Universal Gravity which uses lithium and hydrogen. Per size comparison, you can get 15 kW from Universal Gravity's Lithium catalyzer, 25kW from the E-cat nickle catalyzer, and 250kW from Deneum's device.
My question is that isn't the most logical choice to go with the catalyzer with the highest energy density? And if so, why isn't everyone going for the highest energy density compound to use for their respective devices?