As already said. single H(1/17) hydrinos cannot exist. Mills formula is just a mathematical fantasy that neglects basic physics like charge conservation.
Clusters of H*-H* can reach more deep bonds but then they fuse to 4-He in a very nasty process. Also a fusion to 12-C is possible that exists only as a matrix and then decays to 3-He, 4-He,D etc... See IAEA tables.
On the other side we have so called Halo nuclei where a proton exists close the nucleus as Dufour did show. Here so far we have no calculations that give exact energies as it would depend on the nucleus too.
Please be aware that there is no strong force that will attract the proton and fuse it with the nucleus even if it touches the surface. Its all a matter of EM flux interaction and fusion most of the time needs a complex flux reorganization.
With the SO(4) physics model I can approach the flux structure and make predictions which reactions could run. But here we walk on new ground. At least the Nickel model shows that it (some even isotopes can be stimulated by pulsed fields).
I didn't really understood what are you talking about "which reactions could run" part. Is there any example how we can utilize your model/calcs or smth else to predict and formulate any usable fuel/method of energy generation? Also, if single hydrino can't exist, what's the problem if dihydrino can exist? As long as it can generate energy, we can work with that!