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Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Cold Fusion Goal by 2020 Olympics: Press Release — Clean Planet Inc. and Tohoku University Launch “Clean Energy [LENR] Research Lab

We know this controversial but this is a worthy discussion to have.  In essence, can we make nuclear power clean, including the waste?  It appears, from this and other sources, we can.

Very interesting, of course, the tie-in with the 2020 Olympics.  

Let us know what you think.  We'll reach out to both groups for a radio interview as well.

Today, by the way, we have a great interview with the CEO of the NY-based company that put wind on the Eiffel Tower.  We'll post something on that as well:

Thanks to Sverre Haslund for the following story:
The following joint press release has been issued today in Japan by Clean Planet, Inc. and Tohoku University
Clean Planet Inc. and Tohoku University to launch “Clean Energy Research Lab” to develop a clean, safe
and abundant form of energy for our global community.

TOKYO – March 30, 2015
Clean Planet Inc. and The Research Center for Electron Photon Science of Tohoku University agreed to establish the collaborative research division – Condensed Matter Nuclear Reaction Division at Tohoku University. In this division, fundamental research on condensed matter nuclear reaction, R&D on energy generation and nuclear waste decontamination will be performed.
The members of the new division consist of researchers of Tohoku University, Clean Planet Inc. and HEAD (Hydrogen Engineering Application & Development Clean Planet Inc. and Tohoku University are launching “Clean Energy Research Lab” at Tohoku University on April 1st, 2015.
The mission of the “Clean Energy Research Lab” is to develop a clean, safe and abundant form of energy for our global community. This new research division will be devoted to developing practical applications for clean energy using LENR, Low Energy Nuclear Reaction, (a.k.a. Cold Fusion). This is the first official research division created for condensed matter nuclear science and its application in Japan. We are determined to bring the application
models from this division to the market before the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.
Clean Planet Inc. and The Research Center for Electron Photon Science of Tohoku University agreed to establish the collaborative research division – Condensed Matter Nuclear Reaction Division at Tohoku University. In this division, fundamental research on condensed matter nuclear reaction, R&D on energy generation and nuclear waste decontamination will be performed.
The members of the new division consist of researchers of Tohoku University, Clean Planet Inc. and HEAD (Hydrogen Engineering Application & Development Company). Yasuhiro Iwamura and Takehiko Itoh left the research center of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries at the end of March 2015 to complete the formation of this illustrious team. This new division is made up of the following members:
• Yasuhiro Iwamura, Jirohta Kasagi and Hidetoshi Kikunaga (Condensed Matter Nuclear Reaction Division, Research Center for Electron Photon Science, Tohoku University, Japan)
• Tadahiko Mizuno (HEAD, Japan)
• Hideki Yoshino, Takehiko Itoh and Masanao Hattori (Clean Planet Inc., Japan)
Additionally, the government of Japan will provide support in the form of funding for the nuclear waste decontamination research project at the Electron Photon Science of Tohoku University. The project named “Reduction and Resource Recycle of High Level Radioactive Wastes with Nuclear Transformation”, will be funded and supported by the ImPACT Program, which is a Japanese national research program.
We are determined to bring the application models to the market before the Tokyo Olympics in 2020. Our collective dreams are to provide the world with this clean source of energy.
About Tohoku University:
Tohoku University located in Sendai, Miyagi in the Tohoku Region, Japan, is a Japanese national university. It is the third oldest Imperial University in Japan and among the National Seven Universities. It is considered as one of the most prestigious universities in Japan, and one of the top fifty universities in the world. For more information on Tohoku University, please visit http://www.tohoku.ac.jp/en/or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tohoku_University
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About Clean Planet Inc.:
Web: http://www.cleanplanet.co.jp/index.php?lang=en
Press Contact: Kazuo Tanaka
Clean Planet Inc.
Email: kazuo.tanaka@cleanplanet.co.jp
Phone: +81-3-5403-6380

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