The Anthropocene Institute, a Silicon Valley incubator, has issued a comprehensive 79-page report entitled LENRaries. The report states there are “114 entities actively engaged in LENR R&D across four continents” and provides a description of the management and goals for many of these entities. The report also contains the results of survey questions asked to LENR Makers, R&D Organizations, Investment Funds, and Non-Profits.
“The Nikkei also forecast LENR applications to become a $100 Billion global market by 2025.”
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Carl Page, brother of Larry Page (Google co-founder) and an entrepreneur in his own right, recently expounded his thoughts on LENR.
It is strange that LENR is neglected by the DOE, industry and the Pentagon. But no stranger than the history of nuclear power—if it weren’t for the leadership Admiral Rickover, and his personal friends in Congress, nuclear fission power for submarines and power plants would never have seen the light of day. The best endowed institutions rarely disrupt the status-quo.
Carl Page is on the board of Brillouin Energy, a California based firm working on LENR technology with SRI International.