Brillouin Granted Patent in China
|September 5, 2012||Posted by Jack Cole under Brillouin Energy - Robert Godes, Michael McKubre, SRI|
Ruby Carat of coldfusionnow.com is reporting that Brillouin Energy has been granted a patent for their hot water LENR boiler in China. Hopefully this will be good news for Brillouin. The company had their US patent rejected earlier this year, and have been working on patents in other countries according to the article.
It is not clear to this author if this news indicates a change from previous reports as Godes had stated in an interview in April, 2012 that:
On the legal front Godes fills us in with, “Currently the patents are applied for. We have one large patent applied for and that initial application was actually granted in China. We’re in Japan right now. We recently filed an update with the USPTO to keep the US application alive.”
Robert Godes of Brillouin has claimed to have complete control over the LENR reaction–being able to turn the reaction on and off at will. Michael McKubre stated in a recent interview that SRI would be signing a contract soon with Brillouin to work on testing and scaling up their LENR technology.