Nichenergy (Piantelli) Updates Website With Timeline, Goals, Experimental Results

Thanks to Mats002 for pointing out a significant upgrade to the website of Nichenergy, the company that is working on commercializing the LENR work of Francesco Piantelli. Here’s the link to the site: http://www.nichenergy.com/

For a long time the website was just a placeholder, but now there is a lot more information, including a page which gives a detailed history of the timeline of Piantelli and Nichenergy’s work, including the work that Sergio Focardi and others were involved in during the 1990s. One interesting entry is for 2005-2006 that reads: “With subsequent activations was possible to keep activated a cell for some months (about 70 W) without external power and without addition of gas”

There’s a page that provides the company’s goals, which includes “Up-scaling from W to kW” (indicating that they are still working with relatively low powers). There’s also a page listing the patents for Piantelli’s work, which does not include the “Method and Apparatus for Generating Energy by Nuclear Reactions of Hydrogen Adsobred by Orbital Capture on a Nanocrystalline Structure of a Metal” which was revoked this year after a challenge from Leonardo Corp.

Another page provides a summary of experimental results, mainly in the form of numerous charts and explanations.

So this does seem to indicate a new level of intention for Nichenery. LENR-Invest has reported that they have invested funds in Nichenergy, among other LENR ventures, so perhaps they now have funds to go forward with more vigor.

  • Gerard McEk

    It is good to see that more parties seem to score results in the LENR field. I hope they quickly can improve and compete with the others.

  • Mats002

    May be Piantelli/Nichenergy and Rossi/IH need IP from each other. P/N have the recipe for the mouse effect but without know-how to scale up and R/IH have the solution for scaling up to KW and MW by the mouse-Cat combination. We might see some IP exchanges between the groups going forward.

  • Agaricus

    The claims are being staked out by the prospectors. That’s a good sign that someone has found gold and hopes are high. We knew that already of course, but it’s nice to see it happening out there in the ‘real world’.

    • Albert D. Kallal

      Yes, there is some serious GOLD in those hills! I mean, whoever gets to market, they will become the next Google or Microsoft!

      Regards,
      Albert D. Kallal
      Edmonton, Alberta Canada

  • Bob Greenyer

    Could do with a proof read – I will offer my time.

    • georgehants

      Bob is there anything in the report that would allow MFMP to replicate Cold Fusion successfully?