LENR or Low Energy Nuclear Reaction is a 3rd type of nuclear reaction (along with fission and fusion) based on atomic transmutations that was originally discovered in 1989 by scientists Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons. It used to be called “cold fusion” at that time. LENR covers a larger field of experiments and applications than cold fusion, although that may remain the most used name to characterize these reactions. LENR has also been called LANR, Fleischmann/Pons Effect, Anomalous Heat Effect, Quantum Fusion, CECR, LENT.
LENR has been shown to be far stronger than any known chemical reaction and up to 20'000'000 times the power density of today’s combustion energy processes. The LENR technology can continually create large amounts of heat in a small sized reactor for several months using small amounts of low cost fuel and without producing any greenhouse gas like CO2, any harmful nuclear waste or any dangerous radiation.
It is an extremely clean and safe way of producing energy.
Recent developments on LENR have led to a high increase in sustained power gain since the original experiments in 1989 which used Palladium and Deuterium electrolysis. Newer LENR reactors use processed Nickel and Hydrogen gas to achieve higher power gains, which appear to now be approaching commercial power generating levels.
LENR Cars is developing a patent pending technology producing electricity with mobile LENR generators that can be used to power electric vehicles such as cars, boats, trains or airplanes in a near future.
For more information about LENR, please visit LENRweb website.