Brillouin Energy looks to raise USD 15m in equity financing

April 2017

By Laura Larghi Mergermarket

Brillouin Energy, a Berkeley, California-based clean technology company, is in early discussions to raise USD 15m in equity financing, CFO David Firshein said. Brillouin's goal is to complete the Series C raise by June, Firshein said. The company’s pre-­money valuation is just over USD 60m, he said.

Brillouin Energy Closes $7.75 Million Series B Round, James Farrell Joins Company Board of Directors

March 1, 2017

Press Release Brillouin Energy Corp.

Following the successful replication of “over-unity” amounts of thermal energy from its LENR renewable energy technologies, Brillouin Energy Corp. announces the closing of $7,750,000 in its Series B round. The lead investor in the Round, James (Jim) Farrell, has also joined the Company’s Board of Directors.

Berkeley Clean Technology Company Announces Breakthrough for LENR Power Device

January 5, 2017

Press Release Brillouin Energy Corp.

Researchers at SRI International are reporting that they have successfully replicated “over unity” amounts of thermal energy (heat) for Brillouin Energy Corporation’s most advanced Isoperibolic (“IPB”) Hydrogen Hot TubeTM (HHTTM) reactor test systems based on controlled low energy nuclear reactions (“LENR”).

Watching the Hawks filmmaker Sean Stone Reports on LENR

November 16, 2016

By Sean Stone Watching the Hawks

Watching the Hawks filmmaker Sean Stone reports on low energy nuclear reaction as a technology of the future nearing application for public led by Robert Godes and Brillouin Energy.

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Lead Fight for Energy Independence

July 12, 2016

By Jason Coppola Truthout

Living up to the words of Russell Means, the late Oglala Lakota activist and cofounder of the American Indian Movement, members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe of North Dakota are leading an effort toward energy independence. This effort, if successful, could serve as a model for how to slow anthropogenic climate disruption. Their hope is based on a controversial clean energy technology, which is often discredited as conspiracy as it quietly moves into reality. Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) is being considered by many to be the future of energy.

A Machine To Save The World

May 05, 2016

By Tim Fernholz Actuality

A joint production of Quartz and NPR’s Marketplace, Actuality spoke to MIT’s Peter Hagelstein and Brillouin Energy’s President and CTO, Robert Godes about the potential for clean, limitless nuclear-fusion power has led humanity to spend billions of dollars seeking it out, ever since Albert Einstein came up with the theories that make it possible. With the specter of climate change looming, the stakes are ever higher.

French Newspaper LA TRIBUNE Features Cold Fusion As Nuclear’s ‘Green” Hope

February 11, 2016 No. 159

By Erick Haehnsen English Translation Provided By Google Translate

After being criticized for a quarter century, low-temperature nuclear fusion is gaining credibility. Furthermore it promises abundant energy cheap and decentralized, it does not produce hazardous radioactive radiation. Industry, universities, research and startups centers are mobilizing.

Independent Technical Validation Report Completed On Brillouin Energy's LENR HHT™ Reactor Core Systems

December 1, 2015

Press Release Brillouin Energy Corp.

BERKELEY, CA, December 1, 2015 – Brillouin Energy Corporation, developer of renewable energy technologies capable of producing commercially useful amounts of thermal energy (heat) based on controlled low energy nuclear reactions (“LENR”), announced today that its Hydrogen Hot Tube™ Boiler System reactor core modules, were the subject of a recently completed Technical Validation Report.

Congress Views Brillouin Energy's LENR WET™ and HHT™ Boiler Reactor Systems for Generating Thermal Energy

18 November 2015

Press Release Brillouin Energy Corp.

BERKELEY, CA, 18 November 2015 – Brillouin Energy Corporation, developer of renewable energy technologies capable of producing commercially useful amounts of thermal energy (heat) based on controlled low energy nuclear reactions (“LENR”), announced today that its WET™ and HHT™ Boiler System reactor core modules were presented to Congress on Capitol Hill.

Norwegian Newspaper Introduces Cold Fusion By Featuring Brillouin Energy

September 12, 2015

By PER KRISTIAN Bjørkeng, Aftenposten

Is energy from cold fusion just wishful thinking, or is it the climate revolution the world craves? Research says not to spend money. Physicists believe the phenomenon could not possibly exist. The question of cold fusion exists, and it is about to become a science thriller of the rare.

On the Quest for a Commercial LENR Reactor with Robert Godes and Brillouin Energy

September/October 2015

By Marianne Macy, Infinite Energy Issue 123

Considered by many attending ICCF19 in Padua, Italy, as a contender for being one of the first to produce a commercial LENR reactor, Berkeley, CA-based Brillouin Energy founder and chief technology officer of Robert Godes sat down with Marianne Macy for an in-depth discussion. To view Brillouin Energy’s presentation at ICCF19, click here.

Cold Fusion Heats Up: Fusion Energy and LENR Update

28 August 2015

By David H. Bailey, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (retired) and UC Davis, Huff-Post Science

The world faces a grim future if we do not immediately rein in consumption of fossil fuels. Risks include rising sea levels, more frequent extreme temperatures, flooding, drought and conflicts among human societies. An eventual sea level rise of 6 meters

Brillouin Energy Selected as one of the AlwaysOn Global 100 Companies to Watch

6 July 2015

By Tony Perkins, Founder & Editor, AlwaysOn

Brillouin Energy was selected by AlwaysOn as one of the AlwaysOn Global 100 Companies to Watch. AlwaysOn recognized Brillouin Energy for creating its technology innovations in the field of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR).

MIT Scientists Discover Secret to Cold Fusion

18 February 2014

By Jeremy Rys, Exposing Truth

I recently attended the 2014 cold fusion IAP course at MIT in Cambridge, MA put together by Dr. Peter Hagelstein and Dr. Mitchell Swartz. Complete films of those lectures as well as last year’s lectures from Jan 2013 are available.

Controlled Electron Capture and the Path toward Commercialization

01 March 2013

By Robert Godes and Robert George, Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science

We have run over 150 experiments using two different cell/calorimeter designs. Excess power has always been seen using Q-Pulses tuned to the resonance of palladium and nickel hydrides in pressurized vessels. Excess energies of up to 100% have been seen using the excitation method.

Can Cold Fusion Survive A Pioneer’s Death?

29 August 2012

By Michael McKubre, New Scientist Magazine

Martin Fleischmann kick-started cold fusion controversy and faced decades of hostility. His colleague Michael McKubre ponders the future of the field.

Worldwide Research on LENRs Increasing and Gaining Acceptance

11 November 2009

By Defense Intelligence Agency, US Department of Defense

Scientists worldwide have been quietly investing low-energy nuclear reactions (LENR) for the past 20 years. Researchers in this controversial field are now claiming paradigm-shifting results, including generation of large amounts of excess heat, nuclear activity and transmutation of elements.

Cold Fusion Is Hot Again

17 April 2009

By 60 Minutes, CBS News

Once considered junk science, cold fusion gets a second look by researchers. Twenty years ago it appeared for a moment that all our energy problems could be solved. It was the announcement of cold fusion, nuclear energy like that which powers the sun but at room temperature, on a table-top. It promised to be cheap, limitless, and clean. Cold fusion would end our dependence on the Middle East and stop those greenhouse gases blamed for global warming.

Scientists In Possible Cold Fusion Breakthrough

24 March 2009

By US Department of the Navy, AFP/File

Researchers at a US Navy laboratory have unveiled what they say is “Significant” evidence of cold fusion, a potential energy source that has many skeptics in the scientific community.