The founders

Guido Parchi


Guido Parchi – Co founder & CEO – Technical director

Graduated in Hydraulics Engineering at Bologna University.
Co-founder and former CEO and/or Technical Director of three Engineering and Software companies (AIRIS Srl, Konsis Srl, Talete & Konsis Engineering Srl).
Main technical skills:

  • Environmental & energy engineering.
  • Environmental & Geographical decision support systems and applied mathematical modeling.
  • Project management.
  • Corporate information systems and executive support systems.

He has held many teaching activities, also at the University of Bologna and at the Order of Engineers, about environmental impact assessment, applied hydraulic and environmental modeling, environmental-geographic information and decision support systems.

Aldo Proia

Aldo Proia

 

Aldo Proia – Co founder & VP – Commercial director
Entrepreneur

Co-founder and manager of several Photovoltaic ESCOs (Energy Service Companies).
From 1992 to 2006 he worked as an independent consultant for insurance companies.
Project Manager for the construction of the photovoltaic fields of the following Companies (from 2007 to 2011):

  • Natural Change (Co founder & Administrator) (
  • Manutensolar
  • Energaya (Co founder)
  • Enerbo (Co founder & Administrator)
  • Solarbo (Co founder)
  • Energaya 2 (Co founder & Administrator)
  • Energaya 3 (Co founder)

Design and development of MW-size PV fields.
Since 2013 he has been VP of the administrative board of Prometeon and the commercial director.


The Scientific Team

Prof. Ugo Abundo

Prof. Ugo Abundo

Scientific responsible of the NAF-HEG and NAR projects

Prof. Ugo Abundo

Chemical engineer and professor of Physics at Istituto di istruzione Superiore Leopoldo Pirelli. In the past he has worked at the Tuscany research center of ENI and at Olivetti (software development). Founder and director of the scientific association Open Power. Researcher and expert of LENR and nuclear engineering (he has already got several patents), artificial intelligence and neural networks.

 

Prof. Christos Stremmenos

Prof. Christos Stremmenos

Scientific consultant of the LENR project

Prof. Christos Stremmenos

Ordinary professor (retired) of Physics-Chemistry at the Department of Industrial Chemistry of the University of Bologna.
Prof. Stremmenos, jointly with Prof. Focardi and Prof. Piantelli, is one of the recognized pioneers of LENR in Italy, which he started to study in the 1990s.

 

 

Dr. Gevork Yakovlevich Karapet’yan

Scientific responsible of the TEC-Chip project

Dr. Gevork Yakovlevich Karapet’yan

Leading researcher (Physics) at the Vorovich Research Institute of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics of the Southern Federal University of Rostov (RU).

Ph.D in radio-physics, specialized in solid-state electronics, radio-electronic components, micro and nano-electronics based on quantum effects. He was awarded with the title «USSR Inventor» and, in 2010 he was awarded by the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation «For big personal contribution to development of national science». “Russian Federal expert” in the scientific and technical sphere (2012-2015).

 

The Scientific Association Open Power open-power-e1419666148452

The scientific association Open Power was created jointly by Ugo Abundo and Luciano Saporito with the goal to develop and make technologically available to the mankind new and affordable sources of clean energy.

The basic idea was to connect into an openly cooperating network scientists and qualified inventors sharing the mission of the Association and honestly willing to contribute to achieve its ambitious goal. The scientific team includes brilliant scientists who have been working for years on LENR, on nuclear physics and on direct production of electricity from plasma.

Several scientists, members of the Open Power Scientific association, have been involved in each research project as consultants in their specific fields of specialization. The resulting multidisciplinary approach and the synergic contributions coming from different experiences, viewpoints and skills are key factors of the success of our research projects.