On Blacklight's site, they say,
In 1991, Dr. Mills founded HydroCatalysis Power Corp. to pursue the development and ultimate commercialization of a new form of energy - the HydroCatalysis Process. In the fall of 1996, the Company's name was changed from HydroCatalysis Power Corp. to BlackLight Power, Inc. to reflect the ultraviolet light emission produced by catalysis in the renamed BlackLight Process. In 1999 the Company moved to its present location, a 53,000 square-foot research facility, in Cranbury, NJ, and has since expanded its employee base to 25 people.There's no such thing as coincidence. If it's not, it ought to be criminal to claim independent verification, when clearly, Randell Mills and Peter Jansson obviously go way back. On top of the HydroCatalysis "coincidence", others explore his employment history with Atlantic Energy, now Conectiv, or as VentureBeat notes,
Jansson has been aware of Blacklight for years, and even acted as an advisor for an energy company that ultimately made a strategic investment, but it appears to have no unethical ties, just an ongoing interest. Jansson also professes to be impartial to the existence of hydrinos, saying he’s interested in hearing any “alternative explanation” to the hydrino theory.Collusion aside, they could possibly be sitting on explosive technology, though a glimpse at their jobs page doesn't inspire confidence. For their business development executive, they are seeking someone with "success with soliciting government agencies for funding technology development; prior grant writing experience, technological capability, especially around internet use for internal and external communication, and possesses a good sense of humor". For their senior mechanical engineer, they want "demonstrated grant-writing experiences" and require "formal presentation skills".
So while they clearly don't have any explosive technology yet/ever, they are ready to rumble with funny rock star marketers that know how to get that government cheese.