Well, he shared his disappointement about the fact that he wasn't consulted by Google team when they attempted so many Parkhomov's replications.
About Google, it remains strange that a "so great and responsible team" as highlighted yesterday by Trevithick followed the "Parkhomov way", a way came out from nowhere with albolutely no link with any theories previously knew in the field ?
Parkhomov runs his reactor very hot. The failed replications could be due to a cold reactor.
It is my beleive that electrons and photons form a quasiparticle called the polariton. Unless the reactor can produce the proper frequency of light through black body radiation, then the reactor will not work. Parkhomov runs his reactor very hot and therefore can produce this required frequency of light.
This insight goes back to the Hot cat reactor where Rossi understood that a hot reactor could produce the reaction in a plasma. The Hot cat produced better results the hotter that it ran. Rossi went off and created the "Marie Curie" reactor: Rossi's first plasma reactor.
I would asked the Google team replicators how hot they ran their replications. It could be that the replicators were constrained from high heat production or just afraid or unable to apply the required high heat to their reactors.
Parkhomov's whole theory relies on the temperature of the bulk solid to be as high as possible above 1000ºC. It was 1700ºC + in the case of his 225 day reactor.
The Google team based their replication on bad theory, the cold fusion theory. If the Google assumed the proper theory, the nanoplasmonic theory, they might have replicated Parkhomov.
In the future like George Egely new plasma reactor, the sucessful LENR reactors will all be plasma reactors. The SAFIRE project teaches us that the reaction can be gainfully even when the plasma temperature exceeds 80,000K. The cold fusion meme will lead to failure as Google found out.