During his 10 years of LENR investigations, Dr. Thomas Grimshaw, LENRGY President, as prepared a number of papers and presentations. Many of the presentations and posters have been given at International Conferences on Cold Fusion (ICCFs). The main topic has been policy analysis for the LENR case, both policies for support and realization of LENR benefits and policies for proactive planning to deal with anticipated secondary impacts. Support of LENR researchers has also been described. A list of these publications and related items, which go back to 2006, is provided below.

  1. Grimshaw, T.W., and E.K. Storms. In Preparation. Documentation of Dr. Ed Storms’ 27-Year LENR Research Career. White Paper and Cloud Storage of Files and Publications. Scheduled for Completion July 2017.
  2. Grimshaw, T.W., 2017. Emerging Energy Technologies: Responsibilities of U.S. Government Entities – Review for Potential Cold Fusion Contributions. White Paper in Support of Paper for 20th International Conference on Cold Fusion, Sendai, Japan. January. (Click here)
  3. Grimshaw, T.W., and D.J. Nagel, 2016. Responsibilities of US Government Agencies for Support of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions. Paper for 20th International Conference on Cold Fusion, Sendai, Japan. December. (Click here)
  4. Grimshaw, T.W., and D.J. Nagel, 2016. Responsibilities of US Government Agencies for Support of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions. Presentation at 20th International Conference on Cold Fusion, Sendai, Japan. October. (Click here)
  5. Grimshaw, T.W., 2015. Integrated Policymaking for Realizing Benefits and Mitigating Impacts of LENR. Presentation and Paper at 19th International Conference on Cold Fusion, Padua, Italy. April. (Click here)
  6. Claytor, T., E. Storms, M. Fowler, and T.W. Grimshaw, 2014. Investigation of LENR for Energy Production by the LENRGY Collaboration, Santa Fe and White Rock, New Mexico. October. (Click here for previous use of LENRGY)
  7. Storms, E., T. Claytor, and T.W. Grimshaw, 2014. Proposal for a Solid State Energy Technology Laboratory, Los Alamos and Santa Fe, New Mexico. April. (Click here)
  8. Grimshaw, T.W., 2014. Opportunities for Cold Fusion Policy Change. Presentation at First Mediterranean International Workshop on Low Energy Reactions, “Ettore Majorana” Foundation, Erice, Sicily. October. (Click here)
  9. Grimshaw, T.W., 2015. Cold Fusion: A Changing Landscape? Presentation to Exelon Corporation. February. (Click here)
  10. Grimshaw, T.W., 2014. Cold Fusion Public Policy: Rational – and Urgent – Need for Change. Presentation at 2014 Cold Fusion/LANR Colloquium at MIT. Cambridge, MA. March. (Click here)
  11. Grimshaw, T.W., S. Concezzi, L. Wenzel, and B. Glass, 2013. Verifications of LENR Observations in Nickel-Copper Alloy (Constantan) and Hydrogen Experiments. Poster Presented at 18th International Conference on Cold Fusion, Columbia, SC July. (Click here)
  12. Grimshaw, T.W, 2012. Public Policy Planning for Broad Deployment of Cold Fusion (LENR) for Energy Production. Paper FrM1-1, 17th International Conference on Cold Fusion, Daejeon, South Korea. August. (Click here)
  13. Grimshaw, T.W., 2012. Evidence-Based Public Policy for Support of Cold Fusion (LENR) Development. Poster Presented at 17th International Conference on Cold Fusion, Daejeon, South Korea. August. (Click here)
  14. Grimshaw, T.W., 2012. Public Policy Planning for Broad Deployment of Cold Fusion for Energy Production in the U.S. Supervisor, Student Internship at Center for International Energy & Environmental Policy, The University of Texas at Austin. May. (Click here)
  15. Leseberg, M, J. Maxwell, and T. W. Grimshaw, 2013. Public Policy Planning for Broad Deployment of Cold Fusion for Energy Production in the U.S.: Task Report 1. The Changing Landscape of Cold Fusion. February. (Click here)
  16. Leseberg, M, J. Maxwell, and Tl W. Grimshaw, 2013. Public Policy Planning for Broad Deployment of Cold Fusion for Energy Production in the U.S.: Task Report 2. Technology Assessment. February. (Click here)
  17. Groat, C.G., and T.W. Grimshaw, 2011. Building the Bridge to an Energy Secure Future: Energy Policies for the 21st Century. Policy Research Project Report 172. LBJ School of Public Affairs, The University of Texas at Austin.
  18. Storms, E.K., and T.W. Grimshaw, 2010. Judging the Validity of the Fleischmann-Pons Effect. Jour. Condensed Matter Nuclear Science. 3, 9-30. Online. Available: http://www.iscmns.org/CMNS/JCMNS-Vol3.pdf. (Click here)
  19. Grimshaw, T.W., 2010. Evidence-Based Policy for Controversial Claims: The Case of Cold Fusion. Public Affairs Colloquium, LBJ School of Public Affairs. April. (Click here)
  20. Groat, C.G., and T.W. Grimshaw, 2009. Shaping the Energy Technology Transition: Moving to a Low-Carbon, Renewable-Energy Economy. Policy Research Project Report 167. LBJ School of Public Affairs, The University of Texas at Austin.
  21. Grimshaw, T. W., 2008. Evidence-Based Public Policy toward Cold Fusion: Rational Choices for a Potential Alternative Energy Source. Austin, TX. Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, The University of Texas at Austin. Unpublished Professional Report. December. (Click here)
  22. Grimshaw, T.W., 2008. Open Source Science Applied to CMNS Research: A Paradigm for Enhancing Cold Fusion Prospects and the Public Interest. Community. Poster Presented at 14th International Conference on Cold Fusion, Washington, DC. August. (Click here)
  23. Grimshaw, T.W., 2008. Public Interest Arguments for Cold Fusion Policy Change: Opportunities for the CMNS Research Community. Poster Presented at 14th International Conference on Cold Fusion, Washington, DC. August. (Click here.)
  24. Grimshaw, T.W., 2008. Public Interest and Level-of-Evidence Considerations in Cold Fusion Public Policy. Presentation at American Physical Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. March. (Click Here)
  25. Grimshaw, T.W., 2006. Cold Fusion – A Cogent Topic for Rigorous Policy Analysis. Conference Course in Policy Analysis (PA389), LBJ School of Public Affairs, The University of Texas at Austin. March. (Click here)