Kressen and LENR-Cities Form Partnership

Here’s a press release that might be of interest to readers here.

Kresenn Ltd and LENR-Cities signed a partnership

Maidenhead (UK), April 1st 2013

The teams at LENR-Cities and Kresenn Ltd are pleased to announce that they have signed a partnership focused on how to build and manage a business ecosystem to fund and develop LENR technologies and applications. LENR-Cities and Kresenn are developing this ecosystem which is open to all stakeholders who want to invest in LENR as a game changer.

If you are interested in joining us, please contact us at: info@kresenn.eu

Kresenn Ltd: http://www.kresenn.eu/

LENR-Cities: http://lenr-cities.com/

Kresenn is a British company in the business of building portable datacenters and it looks like they are working towards finding ways to powering datacenters with LENR.

LENR-Cities is based in Switzerland has just launched web site and are involved building a network of people and organizations interested in getting involved in LENR projects. They state they are “working on an innovative open business model designed to tie LENR research to the early adopters in industries as parts of a business ecosystem to set joint development plans, leverage researches, accelerate market transformation and foster LENR demand.”

  • Shane D.

    http://lenr-cities.com/ecosystem.html

    Looks like a clearing house for those doing LENR research with the goal of pooling their resources and talents for the common goal of developing LENR based commercial products, and maybe even help get joint funding.

    They refer to the “New Fire” -an MFMP term, and also link to the MFMP website. Our AlainCos LENR forum is linked also, along with LENR-cars.

    Kressen has had Celani aboard for some time (I think), and the tie in to MFMP makes sense from that perspective.

    • I have contact with them, and as EU citizens, and French citizen I hope LENR develop fast here and around…
      My feeling is that LENR is so great, that the market is so gigantic, that it would be stupid to battle for market shares… there will be more market needs than what the actors can feed…
      Risk is also that if the recent actors want to capture all the market, they will be vitrified by mammoth.

      Lenr-Cities idea is to organize network of business, organize the creation of activities, of startup, in a methodical way (their method is “business factory”… ). the goal is to go faster, to gas faster than the usual mammoth.
      One claim of Michel Vandenberghe is that old-way innovation is too slow for modern world. you need new method to innovate… new method to create business, activities…

      Their approach seems not so different from what Defkalion have said in recent interview. the idea is to focus on small and mid-sized business, and to avoid business mammoth.
      As far as I understood the idea is to develop “emulation”, and a soft kind of “coopetition” where partners are pushed by others to innovate and develop faster, to be dynamic and creative, but not to battle in a sterile way like in usual competition…

      • Ash

        LENR Cities is just like Kressen. It’s a two person company (Michel Vandenberghe and Didier Pelluet). They have backgrounds in software and marketing, not civil engineering according to LinkedIn. And they both have full time jobs elsewhere.

        Again, it’s a hobby project announcing a relationship with another hobby project. Not exactly a big deal.

  • Bernie Koppenhofer

    LENR, now, is like the early days of the internet, hold on to your hats folks.

  • psi

    Wow. This is exciting news. I’m hanging on to my hat!

  • psi

    If stock is generally available to the public in this offering, then please let’s everyone work to Vet this Co. thoroughly!!

    • Ash

      I vetted Kressen in my post above. It is a hobby project by two software engineers, not an actual enterprise, and certainly not a publically traded stock.

      • PSI wrote “thoroughly” 🙂

        • GreenWin

          While I would want more data, the fact these two guys supported Francesco Celani when few if any would, is a huge feather in their cap. Congratulations Kresnn.

  • Ash

    Kressen is not in the business of building datacenters. It appears to be a hobby project for two software engineers, Angelo and Massimo, that consists of just a website. Their office address is an accountant in the UK.

    According to LinkedIn, Angelo and Massimo are the only people associated with the company, and both of them have full time jobs as software engineers elsewhere. Neither of them appear to have management experience or any previous jobs that involved building datacenters (as opposed to software engineering and sys admin).

    By comparison, a real datacenter construction company is Electronic Environments (http://www.eecnet.com/), whose CEO has 25 years of engineering experience. They have 87 employees listed on LinkedIn, including lots of people with management and engineering experience. Their customers include Verizon and Level3.

    Please Admin, do some research before you post this fluff.

    • GreenWin

      Thank you ash. This looks like a typical low-cost startup. From the Kresenn.eu web site:

      “LENR Cities and Kresenn signed a partnership focused on how to build and manage a business ecosystem to fund and develop LENR technologies and applications.”

      “Angelo graduated “Summa cum Laude” at Colorado Technical University (Colorado Springs, USA) in Business Management in 2006 and studied Computer Engineering at University of Pisa (Pisa, Italy) in the 90s.

      Kresenn awarded Dr. Francesco Celani first prize “Energy and Research” for his work on nano-coated wire catalysts (2013/02/08) helping his experiment demonstrated at NI Week and ICCF-17.

      • GreenWin

        Kresenn is also an authorized reseller of Power Distribution, Inc., critical power system products based in Richmond VA.

        • Ash

          Being an authorized reseller usually involves filling out a form. PDI has hundreds of them. The fact Kressen can fill out a form doesn’t tell us anything.

          • GreenWin

            Perhaps. Or it tells us that Power Distribution, Inc of Richmond, VA, has done due diligence re. their resellers. You apparently failed to see Angelo’s business management school credential.

    • Kresenn has never stated to be a business of building Data centers but power source modules for data centers.

      FYI, an interesting paper: http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/CMR/article/view/4643?goback=%2Egmp_4132340%2Egde_4132340_member_227890213

  • Fibber McGourlick

    What does this matter when Rossi’s e-cat (especially the hot e-cat) is going to utterly transform the world and the fate of humanity in a second industrial revolution this month when the results of the independent tests are revealed.

    • Fibber, but which transformations?

    • Peter Roe

      Is it just my imagination or do I detect a faint whiff of irony there? Surely not.

    • Fibber McGourlick

      Opps! I mean next month. Reveal has been changed to May–probably.

    • Peter Roe

      Well its a step up from “the dog ate my homework” I suppose.

      • GreenWin

        How could a harmless pussycat shred a big bad bank?

        • that cat looks like its up to some plan!!

          • Nancy Avila

            So what was told was incorrect, sense of humor does exist in Scientists as well 🙂

  • Paul Maher

    Where can one make a modest investment in this adventurous business of LENR?