Cold fusion pioneer Francesco Celani gave a presentation on low energy nuclear reactions (LENR) to a United Nations Conference in Geneva.

Francesco Celani

Celani gave a talk on Renewable Energy: LENR Progresses and Cooperation Plans to the 25th Anniversary World Clean Energy Conference held between November 1 and November 4 at United Nations City, Geneva, a PowerPoint presentation obtained by the Martin Fleischman Memorial Project (MFMP) indicates. Celani discussed LENR work in Japan, China, India, the United States and Europe.

Celani mentioned Brillouin and the 20th International Conference on Cold Fusion (ICCF) held in Sendai, China. He focused on work done in Japan which he called historically the most active and coordinated country in the LENR field. Among other things Celani noted that Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology and Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry are involved in LENR work.

Several organizations in India including government centers for Atomic research are conducting LENR research. Scientists at a university, an institute and a private company in India are trying to replicate Russian scientist Alexander G. Parkhomov’s replication of Andrea Rossi’s hot e-cat device.

A lot of LENR work is also being done in the United States including research at George Washington University, MIT, and Texas Tech University. He also mentioned that a number of federal agencies including the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy, the Department of Defense, the Department of Commerce and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have investigated LENR in the USA.Scattered activity in Europe mostly by individual researchers is also mentioned.

United Nations City Geneva the old League of Nations facility.

Celani Wants More LENR collaboration, UN Agency

Celani put forward a cooperation plan that involves collaboration between India, China and Japan. He also recommended extension of the Live Open Science or open-sourced science model practiced by the MFMP throughout the world.

Another interesting suggestion of Celani’s is a United Nations Agency to conduct LENR research. Whether there is enough political support for such an agency is anybody’s guess but Bill Gates might want to fund it. Bill would also be a great choice for the head of such an agency particularly if it also conducted hot fusion research.

Celani was named as Vice President of the International Society of Condensed Matter Nuclear Research and First researcher at Italy’s National Institute for Nuclear Physics. Celani has also worked with the MFMP by donating materials to it and demonstrated an LENR device called the Celani cell.