Brillouin Energy Corp. presents low-energy nuclear-reaction systems in D.C.

Brillouin President and Chief Technology Officer Robert Godes recently demonstrated the company's LENR modules in the U.S. House.
Brillouin President and Chief Technology Officer Robert Godes recently demonstrated the company's LENR modules in the U.S. House. | Courtesy of Brillouin Energy Corp.
Executives from Brillouin Energy Corp. recently demonstrated core modules for its WET and the HHT Boiler Systems in the U.S. House on Capitol Hill.

The boiler systems are currently in development, and the company said the technology uses low-energy nuclear reactions (LENR) to produce heat energy.

“Demonstrating Brillouin Energy’s latest reactor modules on Capitol Hill is a wonderful opportunity to increase awareness of our clean energy 'fuel-free' technology to Congress and others among U.S. governmental and scientific representatives,” President and Chief Technology Officer Robert Godes said. “Additionally, this demonstration allows us to present the significant progress that has been made toward commercializing the development of Brillouin Energy’s LENR technologies.”

The WET Boiler System is anticipated to be able to generate approximately 212 to 302 degrees Fahrenheit and would have the capacity to act as a heating system for residential water and general heating applications. The HHT system will be designed to produce heating capabilities between 932 and 1,112 degrees Fahrenheit to serve electrical production.
Executives from Brillouin Energy Corp. recently demonstrated core modules for its WET and the HHT Boiler Systems in the U.S. House on Capitol Hill.

The boiler systems are currently in development, and the company said the technology uses low-energy nuclear reactions (LENR) to produce heat energy.

“Demonstrating Brillouin Energy’s latest reactor modules on Capitol Hill is a wonderful opportunity to increase awareness of our clean energy 'fuel-free' technology to Congress and others among U.S. governmental and scientific representatives,” President and Chief Technology Officer Robert Godes said. “Additionally, this demonstration allows us to present the significant progress that has been made toward commercializing the development of Brillouin Energy’s LENR technologies.”

The WET Boiler System is anticipated to be able to generate approximately 212 to 302 degrees Fahrenheit and would have the capacity to act as a heating system for residential water and general heating applications. The HHT system will be designed to produce heating capabilities between 932 and 1,112 degrees Fahrenheit to serve electrical production.

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