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Jovion Corporation

IMAGINE .. a device which requires no fuel, produces no waste, but which supplies unlimited and continuous clean, safe, affordable ENERGY.

  • Stage Concept Only
  • Industry Industrial/Energy
  • Location Menlo Park, CA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Website

Company Summary

Jovion will use seed capital to test and perfect simplified bench versions of its patented energy-harvesting device to demonstrate commercial viability. Initial commercial products will be drop-in battery replacement power cells which require no recharge. The Jovion device recycles inert gases through Casimir cavities in a process which absorbs energy from the quantum vacuum field and releases it in usable form.


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    Bernard Haisch
    Chief Science Officer

    A recognized leading authority in the field of stochastic electrodynamics with more than 130 published scientific articles and books. Served 20 years as Staff Scientist at Lockheed Martin Solar & Astrophysics Laboratory, 10 years as Scientific Editor of the Astrophysical Journal, Principal Investigator on numerous NASA programs, and Visiting Scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics. PhD (Astrophysics) UW–Madison (1975)

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    Chief Technical Officer

    Professor of Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering at CU-Boulder since 1985, he leads a research group in quantum engineering of new thin-film metal devices for energy conversion. Founder and CEO of Phiar Corp; Fellow, Optical Society of America; first CU Inventor of the Year in the Physical Sciences (2002), and holds 29 issued U.S. patents and authored 150+ technical publications. PhD, MS (Applied Physics) Harvard, BSEE Stanford.

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    Lee Katzman

    Over 30 years’ experience guiding dozens of emerging high-technology companies of all varieties, ranging from communications and network management to semiconductor design and processing to online marketing to energy technologies, as legal counsel. Before law school at the University of Michigan, he studied Public Policy at Michigan's Ford School of Public Policy and worked as a bureaucrat at the US Environmental Protection Agency.

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    Paul E Hannesson
    V.P. Business Development

    Served as CEO, COO, and CFO of technology, manufacturing, and service companies, specializing in mergers and acquisitions, the formation and public financing of new technology companies, early-stage venture capital, and turnarounds. Bought and sold numerous companies and managed scores of private and public financings, which led to the creation of hundreds of new patents in advanced materials and energy-related technologies.

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    President & CEO

    Corporate officer, inventor, and entrepreneur with 40+ years’ experience in developing, managing, and commercializing new technologies in environmental, nuclear, and chemical weapons cleanup, hydrogen-fueled automobiles, advanced refractories and composites, silicon-based polymers, advanced coatings, EMI shielding, aerospace materials, health care systems, and alternative energy sources. Two IPOs (total: $50 million) and 20+ US patents.