German Company Doing Cold Fusion Research in Berlin

A German company called Dr. Jan Marwan Chemie is conducting cold fusion research intended to produce an alternative energy source in Berlin. Its final goal is the low cost manufacture of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction devices; however, it is unclear what progress this organization has made from its website.

Dr. Jan Marwan in his laboratory in Berlin

The company is owned and operated by Dr. Jan Marwan who has a PHD in electrochemistry from the University of Southampton in England. Marwan’s areas of expertise are surface/materials science, nanotechnology and chemical sensors. He seems to be trying to use nanotechnology in his efforts to develop a cold fusion process. His website does mention the use of nickel and nickel based alloys so his process could be similar to Andrea Rossi’s.

There is no indication that Dr. Marwan has developed a working cold fusion device or applied for a patent on one. He is conducting research into a number of different areas including Hydrogen Storage Materials and Medicinal Electrochemistry.

Dr. Jan Marwan Chemie's Berlin location

Dr. Jan Marwan Chemie is located in a technology center in the Adlershof area of Berlin. It is associated with the science department of Humboldt University.

In addition to his research in Berlin, Dr. Marwan has done post doctoral research at the University of Montreal in Quebec, Canada, and interestingly enough worked as an accountant. He also has a masters’ degree in electrochemistry from the Technical University in Berlin.

5 Responses to German Company Doing Cold Fusion Research in Berlin

  • stefano says:

    In Italy already does exist a group of researchers that is trying to replicate working Ni-H systems, similar to Rossi’s E-Cat (look at ”22 passi” blog).
    I guess that spare researchers can share their results, just to speed up the free availability of such generators (hoping that Ampenergo will not duplicate Defkalion’s way).
    Let’s work, coordinately and friendly, for the planet sake

    • jennifer says:

      I agree we need to work together and people are. Of course competition drives technological innovation and spreads new technologies so it is good too. The main thing is to have a lot of people working on this no matter what their agendas or goals.

  • John De Herrera says:

    In mid October there will be an announcement and demonstration of the Andrea Rossi and Sergio Focardi Energy Catalyzer (e-Cat), nickel-hydrogen reactor capable of producing thermal energy. The e-Cat is an advanced model of the ‘Cold Fusion’ reactor introduced by Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann in 1989. At the e-Cat demonstration, input and output measurements will be made by top world class scientists to confirm that the Rossi Energy Catalyzer is producing substantial amounts of energy and that a new era of clean safe energy has begun.

  • Joannes Van den Bogaert says:

    For cold fusion please consider also Belgian patents with publication numbers BE1002780(A7), BE1002781(A6) and BE1003296(A6). Abstracts in English available through, Good luck.

    • jennifer says:

      Thanks I appreciate the info. Please send an e-mail directly to Mr. French. He’s a Canadian attorney, the law in North America is very different from that in Europe. Interesting question who took out those Belgian patents? It’d be nice to know who was working on it first.