Do we have any further information about this project?
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Is there a connection to ros-atom?
Good news and well found. Step by step, they begin to realize that they need to understand what is happening.
Thanks Alan for interesting news. A breakthrough in reliable replication is what our field has been waiting for.
2021 is a good year for LENR. Do we see a positive trend?
Boiler by "nuclear fusion / heat" is put into practical use, heat is taken out with metal laminated chip
Jointly developed by Miura Co., Ltd. and Clean Planet, commercialized in 2023
Kenji Kaneko = Nikkei BP Research Institute Clean Tech Lab
Heat generation energy density is 1000 times
The commercialization of a heating device that uses heat from transmutation is imminent. On September 28, new energy-related venture company Clean Planet (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo) and Miura Co., Ltd., a major boiler equipment company, announced that they have signed a joint development contract for an industrial boiler that uses quantum hydrogen energy.
"Quantum hydrogen energy" is a technology that utilizes the enormous amount of heat released when hydrogen atoms fuse, and is a term uniquely used by Clean Planet. The principle of generating energy is based on nuclear fusion, which is the same as the thermonuclear fusion experimental reactor "ITER" that is being promoted in international frameworks such as Japan, the United States, and Europe.
Theoretically, the exothermic energy density of a nuclear fusion reaction is more than 1000 times that of gasoline combustion (chemical reaction), and if it can be put into practical use, humankind may be able to obtain an order of magnitude more energy.
The difference between "quantum hydrogen energy" and thermonuclear fusion reactors is that while ITER requires a huge facility to magnetically confine the high-temperature plasma state of 100 million degrees Celsius, Clean Planet is working on "quantum hydrogen energy". The point is that it can be a distributed energy source that can be installed in factories, etc. because it induces nuclear fusion at a significantly low temperature such as around 100 degrees Celsius.
Nuclei and nuclei are attracted and fused by nuclear force when they approach a certain short distance, but in order for nuclei of the same charge to approach this distance, it is necessary to overcome the repulsive Coulomb repulsive force. A thermonuclear fusion reactor requires a high temperature of 100 million degrees Celsius for that purpose.
On the other hand, in "quantum hydrogen energy", nuclear fusion is induced by occluding hydrogen in minute metal particles and stimulating them under certain conditions. These phenomena are called "condensation-type nuclear reactions," "new thermal reactions between metallic hydrogens," and "low-energy nuclear reactions" among researchers, and research has become active in each country ( Fig. 1 ).「核融合・熱」によるボイラーが実用化へ、金属積層チップで熱を取り出す - ニュース - メガソーラービジネス : 日経BP原子核変換に伴う熱を利用する加熱装置の製品化が間近に迫ってきた。9月28日、新エネルギー関連のベンチャー企業、クリーンプラネット（東京都千代田区）とボイラー設備大手の三浦工業が「量子水素エネルギー…project.nikkeibp.co.jp
Thank you Sindre for your generous offer! Everything at LENR Forum is about sharing knowledge so we can move forward!
If enough people are interested i could probably hold a workshop on preperation, reactor construction, activation, and detection.
Interesting to see such commitment and cooperation among members.
It's so amazing, exactly this dynamic i dreamed of in 2011 when we started lenr forum
Thank you and a warm welcome! I'm really glad to see you here, i also appreciate you telling us your version of IH.
I started this site in 2011 with an important purpose, to increase communication in the field to accelerate the development. That's why I'm so grateful to see you post.
I must provide my impression of IH:
IH and the people I have met are of the highest integrity. I have done business deals for nearly 50 years and I've never been associated with a finer collection of human beings.
I get to research quietly and receive modest but adequate funding. I funded my own LENR research from 1992 to 2015, when I joined IH as a consulting researcher. Their moral and financial support has allowed me to contribute more to the field of LENR than I could have done on my own. My lab would not have its current capabilities without IH.
With IH support, I have made progress but more work is needed to solve the ultimate puzzle.
I will be happy to respond to any questions you might have about my work that is already publicly known. I have a few new triggering and materials methods that I can't reveal until they have been tested and confirmed.
Yes, there are patent concerns because our system of capital investment requires we have profit as well as philanthropic motives. IH's leaders are environmentally philanthropic by choice and profit-centered by necessity. A free-market system works best for these efforts - if there is a better working model, please tell me where.
Best to all,
IH Research Consultant
Thanks for the update, we know that many are interested in this work.
Thank you Matt Trevithick for a fantastic presentation at ICCF23.
We need communicative people like you in the field
A relevant question from Matt Trevithic which I think we should discuss in this thread.
Given what we now know (collectively)
What should we do next?
Link to presentation
For those of us who slept when the start was, do we know if the recorder matreale will be published?
Maybe we should list / post newsletters also on the forum in a dedicated thread?
Have any of you heard of this company?
Charges hydrogen in metal without pressure and without cooling.
Congratulations to the winner saltx, very welcome.
When saltx are done with the city of Helsinki, there are a few more 1000 cities that dream of the same solution. The saltx story can begin!Content embedded from external sources will not be displayed without your consent.
Nasdaq First North-listed SaltX Technology AB wins the global competition - Helsinki Energy Challenge - with the best solution for a fossil-free city. The winners were announced at a digital awards ceremony and the prize of 1 million euros will be shared equally between the entries.
SaltX has previously announced that it has participated in the global innovation competition Helsinki Energy Challenge initiated by the City of Helsinki. The competition is now over and SaltX is together with Rebase Energy as one of four winners.
"This is an important milestone for SaltX. It confirms that our energy storage solution can play a central role in future fossil-free cities. In the work of finalizing the entry we have added even more competence to our team which we will use in our commercialization going forward, says Carl-Johan Linér, CEO of SaltX Technology and continues: "I would also like to take this opportunity to thank the City of Helsinki for being bold and showing the way for other cities."
SaltX and Rebase Energy's solution "Smart Salt City" offers a functional and sustainable system that is well suited to cities that have set the ambitious goal of carbon neutrality but have high energy consumption and need a reliable energy supply for their residents and businesses. The solution melds the beauty of novel energy storage (EnerStore) and artificial intelligence with commercially available energy technologies. The solution provides an opportunity for cities to use renewable energy sources in a safe and economical way, without having to plan for new and expensive infrastructure for hydrogen and avoid potential investments in new nuclear power to secure energy capacity.
Together with the remaining winning entries, SaltX and Rebase Energy will share EUR 1 million. The money will go towards continued development and future investments of both companies' technologies.
In a next step, SaltX and Helsinki will begin to discuss the implementation phase(s) of the proposed solutions.
The jury consisted of Hans Jørgen Koch (CEO, Nordic Energy Research), Markku Ollikainen (Chair of the Finnish Climate Change Panel), Robert Stoner (Deputy Director, Science and Technology, MIT Energy Initiative), Sanna Syri (Professor, Energy Technology and Energy Economics, Aalto University), Brian Vad Mathiesen (Professor, University of Aalborg), Martin Young (Senior Director, Scenarios and Business Insights, World Energy Council).
Read more about SaltX entry here:
For more information, please contact:
Carl-Johan Linér, CEO, +46 705 320 808
Harald Bauer, CFO, +46 708 108 034
About the Helsinki Energy Challenge
To find the best solutions for heating Helsinki in the future, the city of Helsinki has created the Helsinki Energy Challenge - a global competition with a prize of one million euros that will answer the question. The requirement is that the proposed solution will significantly contribute to the cessation of coal use in 2029 and accelerate the City of Helsinki's journey to becoming carbon neutral in 2035. For more information, visit: energychallenge.hel.fi
About Rebase Energy
Rebase Energy provides data and digital tools for optimisation of distributed energy resources. The Rebase Datahub providers access to high quality datasets for energy optimisation such as weather, market, and asset data. The Rebase Toolkit is an open-source developer tool to forecast, optimise and simulate smart agents for energy systems. Using the Rebase data and tools energy companies can reduce forecasts uncertainty by 20% and thereby improve the balance of supply and demand. For more information, visit: www.rebase.energy
About SaltX Technology
SaltX Technology develops and sells patented energy storage solutions based on nanocoated salt. SaltX's goal is to develop and offer sustainable technology solutions that benefit customers, climate, and society. SaltX Technology's share is listed on the Nasdaq First North Premier Growth Market. FNCA Sweden AB, + 468-528 00 399, [email protected], is SaltX Technology's certified advisor. For more information, visit: www.saltxtechnology.com.
SaltX – one of ten finalists in Helsinki Energy Challenge 2020
SaltX Technology - listed on Nasdaq First North- is one of the ten finalists of the Helsinki Energy Challenge 2020. SaltX submitted a competition entry together with AI company Rebase Energy amongst 250 other competitors from all around the world. The winner will be announced tomorrow, Tuesday 16 March at 16.15.
Thank you for communicating with us, there are many who are interested in your work.
Great video, thanks barty for finding