Thanks to Pietro F for sharing a link to a story in the Triangle Business Journal which reports that Industrial Heat, LLC is going to be moving into a new laboratory space in Cary, North Carolina, a city which is adjacent to Raleigh, NC where Industrial Heat is presently headquartered.
From the article:
“Industrial Heat is expanding its operations into a 20,000-square-foot lab space in Cary, where it hopes its controversial nuclear technology could make its first, big, proven breakthrough.”
The article quotes Darden as saying that Andrea Rossi is currently working in Florida, so he won’t be using this lab space on a day-to-day basis, and that two other companies funded by Cherokee, unrelated to LENR, will be sharing the facility in Cary with Industrial Heat.
Darden says they are currently “growing the business”, and that a lot of people are doing work in cold fusion these days, they are not saying much because it is so controversial. As for his own understanding on the technology, he says:
“The reason for the controversy is scientists look at it and say, ‘I don’t see how this could work.’ I can’t debate with that. What am I supposed to say? I don’t know how it works.”