We’re proud to announce a new section on our website, the Fusion Base. With Fusion Base we aim to collect information on all companies active in the field of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions.
While the rest of us is arguing whether “Cold Fusion” can exist, may exist or should exist, some people have already started in the direction they believe in. With this directory we aim to serve a comprehensive overview of all ventures, from start-ups to multinationals, that make a significant effort on bringing LENR technology to the market. Central in this directory are LENR patents as we believe they will play a key role in enabling the commercialization of the technology and further development of intellectual property rights.
The individuals and companies in this database all have developed their own unique methods to produce energy in ways that are considered impossible by present mainstream scientific knowledge. The database is mainly focused on LENR and LENR inspired methodologies but also touches at more accepted forms of alternative nuclear fusion and more controversial forms such as zero-point and hydrino theories. Some companies are explicitly denying any relation to the field of “cold fusion”, we have included them in this database because we believe their existence is of interest to investors and the general public.
Not listed are service or supplier companies to LENR related entities. Legal holdings or daughter/sister companies are only listed when a significant portion of their core technology ownership is transferred to the new subsidiary.
For aggregation, evaluation and selection of the LENR patents we have teamed up with Rob Woudenberg. Rob is an Intellectual Property Counsel at Philips NV in The Netherlands. During his day job Rob explores and analyzes patent landscapes and develops patent strategies for new global commercial system standards. In his free time Rob helps with weeding through the massive IP portfolio in LENR technology that has been built over the years by many contributing scientists.
Still, this directory is not complete. Anyone who has information on new or missing companies and patents can add it directly to the website via the links provided on each page.