Our story

Foundation and development


Lakoco was founded with the aim of providing consultancy services in the telecoms industry, with a special focus on studying the aerial transmission of GSM, UMTS, and 4G networks. From the very beginning, the company has been headquartered in the heart of Europe, Brussels, Belgium.


Radical change
In the pursuit of new technologies, Lakoco began its foray into Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) research. With a desire to advance the field, Lakoco developed its own data acquisition system and constructed its first reactors for studying LENR phenomena. The success of the system led to its exportation to other research laboratories, solidifying Lakoco’s reputation as a leading provider of data acquisition solutions in the field of LENR research.


Continuous research
Lakoco joined the cleanHME consortium, backed by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 program, to further its mission of advancing the field of LENRs. As a consortium member, Lakoco carried on with its research into LENRs using its own reactors. Moreover, the consortium requested Lakoco to create a more flexible acquisition system that could adapt to the distinct requirements of various laboratories in the consortium.


Lakoco decides to market its data acquisition and control system (DACS) beyond the scope of its own research and consortium activities. The company begins to promote and sell the data acquisition system to other organizations and laboratories. The DACS system proves to be a success, gaining a strong reputation for its reliability, precision, and robustness.

What is LENR and Cold Fusion ?

LENR stands for Low Energy Nuclear Reactions. The cold fusion is one type of LENR where nuclear fusion reactions occur at moderate temperatures, contrary to thermonuclear fusion which occurs at very high temperatures for example, in the core of stars or in the very hot plasmas generated by tokamaks as at ITER facility.

Cold fusion is claimed to have been observed under specific conditions when hydrogen isotopes are incorporated in some metals. LENR has most likely been observed experimentally with exothermic reactions and some transmutations.

Those can produce different types of elements and represent a crucial field of research for future sources of energy.

Consortium overview

CleanHME shall develop a new, clean, safe, compact and very efficient energy source based on Hydrogen-Metal and plasma systems, which could be a breakthrough for both private use as well as for industrial applications.

The new energy source could be employed both as a small mobile system or alternatively as a stand-alone heat and electricity generator. We plan to construct a new compact reactor to test the HME technology during the long-term experiments and increase its technology readiness level. A comprehensive theory of HME phenomena shall be worked out as well.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon2020 Framework Programme under grant agreement no 951974.

Grant agreement no : 951974

Project duration : August 2020 – July 2024