A primary way that LENRGY provides services and seeks to realize the potential benefits of LENR is to support researchers and other interested parties. Several kinds of support are provided, including proposals for research funding and assisting research funding sources in evaluating LENR methods and experiments. The services are underpinned by Dr. Grimshaw’w engineering education and scientific and technical consulting services for environmental protection and cleanup.

Example Investigator Support Projects

Northern New Mexico LENR Laboratory Proposals: Drs. Storms, Claytor, and Fowler

Three retirees from Los Alamos National Laboratory – Drs. Tom Claytor, Ed Storms, and Malcolm Fowler, continue to do LENR and related research at their private labs in northern New Mexico. Dr. Grimshaw worked with these scientists to develop proposals for a new CF research lab to be located in Santa Fe. The proposal efforts included preparation of custom resumes, detailed descriptions of facilities and instruments at three private research labs, and preparation of required proposal and presentation documents. The experimental basis of the new lab was a book, The Explanation of Low-Energy Nuclear Reaction, which was published by Dr. Storms in 2014. Funding for the laboratories has not yet been received.

  1. Storms, E., T. Claytor, and T. Grimshaw, 2014. Proposal for a Solid State Energy Technology Laboratory, Los Alamos and Santa Fe, New Mexico. April. (Click here)
  2. Storms, E., T. Claytor, and T.W. Grimshaw, 2014. Proposal for a Solid State Energy Technology Laboratory, Los Alamos and Santa Fe, New Mexico. April. (Click here)
  3. Claytor, T., E. Storms, M. Fowler, and T.W. Grimshaw, 2014. Investigation of LENR for Energy Production by the LENRGY Collaboration, Santa Fe and White Rock, New Mexico. October. (Click here)

Support to National Instruments for Evaluations of LENR Methods

Dr. Grimshaw worked with National Instruments (NI) in evaluating various LENR technologies and investigators for potential research support. For example Dr. Grimshaw was requested to evaluate a LENR device built by Francesco Celani of Italy’s National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN). He also assisted with assessment of a device developed by Defkalion Green Technologies.

  1. Grimshaw, T., S. Concezzi, L. Wenzel, and B. Glass, 2013. Verifications of LENR Observations in Nickel-Copper Alloy (Constantan) and Hydrogen Experiments. Poster Presented at 18th International Conference on Cold Fusion, Columbia, SC July. (Click here)
  2. Grimshaw, T., and B. Glass, 2013. Verifications of Francesco Celani LENR Demonstrations – Coordination and Identification of Best Practices: Enhanced Documentation of Celani Demonstrations. Unpublished Report to National Instruments. August. (Click here)
  3. Grimshaw, T., 2103. Defkalion Green Technologies, Site Visit by National Instruments, July 8 to 11, 2013, Draft Phase 2 Site Visit Report. Unpublished Report to National Instruments, July 13. (Click here)
  4. Grimshaw, T., 2103. Defkalion Green Technologies, Site Visit by National Instruments, July 8 to 11, 2013, Proposed Trip Plan. Unpublished Report to National Instruments, July 7. (Click here)
  5. Grimshaw, T., 2012. Verifications of Francesco Celani LENR Demonstrations – Coordination and Identification of Best Practices: Phase 1 Report and Phase 2 Proposed Activities. Unpublished Report to National Instruments. January. (Click here)

Beaudette’s “Why Cold Fusion Prevailed” – Assistance with Editing

Dr. Grimshaw assisted Jed Rothwell, author of the LENR-CANR website (one of the foremost online LENR resources), in converting a book that was published in hard copy into electronic form. Charles Beaudette’s “Excess Heat: Why Cold Fusion Prevailed” has been a principal resource for the LENR field since it was first published in 2000. Recognition for Dr. Grimshaw’s editing assistance was received from Jed Rothwell when he noted that the “job calls for a combination of tedious, rote secretarial labor, and extensive knowledge of cold fusion.”

Documentation of Dr. Edmund Storms’ 29 Years of LENR Research

Dr. Grimshaw assisted Dr. Edmund Storms with documentation of his extensive research career in the LENR field. Dr. Storms began his investigations within a few weeks after the 1989 LENR announcement while he was a research scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Dr. Storms has been instrumental in making advances in experiments and explanation of LENR. The “Storms LENR Research Documentation Project’ was conducted in three stages – materials collection, organization, and documentation. The Project served as the pilot for the LENR Research Documentation Initiative presented above. Click here for more information.