October 2014

Tom Wind to Present on LENR at Orange County Community College in Middletown, NY

Tom Wind, president of the Energy 2.0 Society will present a program on the new findings on Low Energy Nuclear Reactions [LENR] or cold fusion on Monday, Oct 20 at 7 p.m. at the Orange County Community College (SUNY Orange) in Middletown, New York. The meeting be held at the Sandra and Alan Gerry Forum, Room 010 of the Rowley Center for Science & Engineering at SUNY Orange.

More information about the program can be found here.

Energy 2.0 Society Announces Launch to Promote LENR as Clean and Affordable Energy Source

JAMAICA, Iowa., October. 14th, 2014 —

The Energy 2.0 Society today announced that it has launched as a nonprofit corporation dedicated to educating the public about low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) technology.  LENR  (sometimes referred to as ‘cold fusion’) has been the focus of a small group of dedicated researchers over the last 25 years.  LENR produces heat energy through the interaction of certain materials on the atomic level. It differs from conventional nuclear power production in that no radioactive fuels are used and no radioactive wastes are produced. Unlike carbon-based energy sources, LENR has no air or greenhouse gas emissions.

Recent tests and demonstrations have confirmed the validity and usefulness of the technology, and it is likely that commercial-grade products will be on the market the next few years.

The Energy 2.0 Society is an IRS-approved 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation that will initially focus on educational efforts by holding meetings, conferences, webinars, and using social media and other internet channels to provide information about LENR.

Tom Wind, president of the Energy 2.0 Society says, “We have been following LENR technology for several years and we are convinced that this technology now shows great promise.  We have formed Energy 2.0 Society to help pave the way for research, development and commercialization.”

The Energy 2.0 Society believes that this new energy technology has the promise of helping meet the growing energy needs of the world by increasing energy supplies while reducing pollution, both of which can help improve the standard of living for people around the world.

Frank Acland, board member and secretary says “I believe that LENR is an energy source with tremendous potential to benefit our world, and I hope that the Energy 2.0 Society can play a role in helping share information about it with key decision makers and the general public.”

The Energy 2.0 society seeks help from those who support its missions and goals. More information on how to support the Society and become involved with its efforts can be found at  http://www.energy2point0.org.

CONTACT: Tom Wind — tom.wind@energy2point0.org; 803.470.5367

SOURCE: Energy 2.0 Society