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    How can we benefit from crowdfunding?

    To become more professional with communication, we need to organize ourselves into a stronger team, 3726 members with different skills can make a difference.


    Do we have anyone who has experience form crowdfunding? Can we ask for knowledge in a crowdfunding campaign? Examples of knowledge of video production, or is it just to raise capital?

    I'm thinking about whether this can help us create content with higher quality and become more long-term. To change the image of the field, we need to be snycronized and cooperative.

    New webpage from MizunoTech


    https://mizunotech.com


    MOVING FROM LABORATORY TO COMMERCIAL PHASE

    Mizuno Technology, Inc. a Hokkaido based start-up, has now had its cold fusion results replicated independently, and more replications under way. Now we are developing a safe, controllable and powerful reaction to supply nearly unlimited heat to transform poor societies with alternative cooking fuel, heat for agriculture, space heating and clean water. We are moving from the lab to the commercial testing phase. Our mission is to use this technology to improve the lives of the poor and developed countries alike.

    Dear friends, a short brief.


    We are thinking about what we can do during the time with Covid, that is also good for the field. We know that many are hungry for information.

    The plan is to spread knowledge in a more entertaining way that also promotes the field.


    We ask you! Are you good at video and want to help us? Cut / edit / effects etc? Please tell us how you can contribute with video!


    Warm greetings,

    David Nygren  Alan Smith  rubycarat


    Please write in this thread or pm.

    David (a) lenr-forum.com


    An interesting and large project for a faster development of hydrogen.


    Feel free to discuss!

    What breakthrough does our field need to make it easier to secure funding?





    Article

    https://www.power-technology.c…er-year-hydrogen-economy/


    Hopepage

    https://www.innoenergy.com/

    Welcome Robert, nice to see you here. It's fantastic news that a major university is going out with this information.

    It seems like they've been running this for two years. Would you say that Brillouin are closer to the market with a ready product?


    Do we have any of these researchers as members of the forum? Maybe this is a good opportunity to invite one of them, would be interesting with a response and som Q & A.

    Dear friends!!

    We have Intressting news from Centre for Energy Research research. (Mizuno replication setup)



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    We in this bulletin are reporting and we are happy to inform that we have designed, developed and tried out a practical reactor over the last two years and now we are sharing the results with 50 W of electrical energy given as an input, the reactor is able to generate additional 50 Watts of excess heat for long durations consistently. At the time of release of this bulletin, this reactor has already completed more than 40 days of continuous generation of excess heat on a 24 X 7 basis and the total energy that has been generated so far is more than 60 Mega Joules.


    Thanks to JedRothwell for finding


    More info



    Now live


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    What do you think will come out during this day?

    Is this a Game Changer?

    Something relevant to our field?


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    https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/…-musk-capacity-increases/

    What do we know about this start up company that comes up with these crazy and interesting claims?

    You are the experts! Please comment with facts and god arguments !!






    Self-charging, thousand-year battery startup NDB aces key tests and lands first beta customers


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    Pleasanton-based green energy startup NDB, Inc. has reached a key milestone today with the completion of two proof of concept tests of its nano diamond battery (NDB) . One of these tests took place at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and the other at the Cavendish Laboratory at Cambridge University, and both saw NDB’s battery tech manage a 40% charge, which is a big improvement over the 15% charge collection efficiency (effectively energy lossiness relative to maximum total possible charge) of standard commercial diamond.

    NDB’s innovation is in creating a new, proprietary nano diamond treatment that allows for more efficient extraction of electric charge from the diamond used in the creation of the battery. Their goal is to ultimately commercialize a version of their battery that can self-charge for up to a maximum lifespan of 28,000 years, created from artificial diamond-encased carbon-14 nuclear waste.

    This battery doesn’t generate any carbon emissions in operation, and only requires access to open air to work. And while they’re technically batteries, because they contain a charge which will eventually be expended, they provide their own charge for much longer than the lifetime of any specific device or individual user, making them effectively a charge-free solution.

    NDB ultimately hopes to turn their battery into a viable source of power for just about anything that consumes it — including aircraft, EVs, trains and more, all the way down to smartphones, wearables and tiny industrial sensors. The company is currently now at work creating a prototype of its first commercial battery in order to make that available sometime later this year.

    It has also just signed its first beta customers, who will actually be receiving and making use of those first prototypes. While it hasn’t named them specifically, it did say that one is “a leader in nuclear fuel cycle products and services,” and the other is “a leading global aerospace, defense and security manufacturing company.” Obviously, this kind of tech has appeal in just about every sector, but defense and power concerns are likely among the deepest-pocketed.



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