JT Vaughn (email@example.com), who manages Industrial Heat, said that the company acquired the intellectual property and licensing rights to LENR device after an independent committee of European scientists conducted two multi-day tests at Rossi’s facilities in Italy. In addition, performance validation tests were conducted in the presence of IH personnel and certified by an independent expert.
Industrial Heat, which is backed by Tom Darden, now aims to make the technology widely available, because of its potential impact on air pollution and carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels and biomass. The company has already engaged in an effort to protect it by preparing numerous patent applications related to the core technology as well as associated designs and uses.
It is also considering partnerships with industry participants, universities and NGO’s to develop the LENR device in a responsible way.