Project overview

CleanHME shall develop a new, clean, safe, compact and very efficient energy source based on Hydrogen-Metal and plasma systems, which could be a breakthrough for both private use as well as for industrial applications. The new energy source could be employed both as a small mobile system or alternatively as a stand-alone heat and electricity generator. We plan to construct a new compact reactor to test the HME technology during the long-term experiments and increase its technology readiness level. A comprehensive theory of HME phenomena shall be worked out as well.

Consortium

University of Szczecin

Institut Jozef Stefan

Uppsala Universitet

Vegatec

LIFCO

Institute for Solid-State Nuclear Physics

Futureon

Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare

Universita degli Studi di Siena

SART von Rohr

Lakehead University

BroadBit Energy Technologies

Akademia Morska w Szczecinie

Politecnico di Torino

Centre national de la recherche scientifique

Lakoco

Latest news

CleanHME kick-off meeting: first day is open to the public!

Sep/22 By

This news is relevant to all scientists, engineers, and technology enthusiasts interested in breakthrough energy technologies: the first day of the CleanHME kick-off meeting will be open to the general

CleanHME presentation at the LENR&EARTH workshop in Assisi

Sep/20 By

Dr Francesco Celani made a presentation at the ANV4 workshop on LENR & Earth, which was held in Assisi during September 10-12. His presentation focused on comparing the effect of

CleanHME kick-off meeting: September 23-25

Sep/10 By

The kick-of meeting of the CleanHME project will be held during September 23-25, hosted by the University of Szczecin. See the following link for the kick-off meeting program and travel

JCMNS volume 33 is published

Sep/4 By

Volume 33 of the Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science (JCMNS) has been published. It can be accessed via jcmns.org. This volume contains the proceedings of the ICCF-22 conference, which

A new study proves the role of H+ or D+ flux for LENR

Aug/7 By

The first CleanHME publication is a deep analysis of the over 80 experiments/tests performed at Frascati National Laboratory in Italy (June-September 2019). Lead author Francesco Celani said: “Our analysis, based

LENR&EARTH workshop in Assisi on September 10-11

Aug/3 By

Several Italian researchers will be back in Assisi on September 10-11, in the same place where the ICCF22 conference was held last year. The event will focus on new developments

The CleanHME project started!

Aug/3 By

The CleanHME project officially started its work on August 1, 2020. Over the  next four years, we will work hard to firmly establish metal-hydrides based energy production on the map

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