Patent applications on file include WO2009125444A1, with US and European phases published as US 2011005506 (A1) and EP 2259998 (A1). You can see the European prosecution here: https://register.epo.org/espacenet/application?number=EP08873805
Cited documents in the patent include:EP1551032; E. CAMPARI, S. FOCARDI, V. GABBANI, V. MONTALBANO, F. PIANTELLI, S. VERONESI: "Overview of H_Ni systems: old experiments and new setup" 5TH ASTI WORKSHOP ON ANOMALIES IN HYDROGEN-DEUTERIUM LOADED METALS, ASTI, ITALY, 2004; S. FOCARDI, V. GABBANI, V. MONTALBANO, F. PIANTELLI, S. VERONESI: "Evidence of Electromagnetic radiation from Ni-H Systems" 11TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CONDENSED MATTER NUCLEAR SCIENCE 2004, MARSEILLE, FRANCE, 2004; CERRON-ZEBALLOS E ET AL: "INVESTIGATION OF ANOMALOUS HEAT PRODUCTION IN NI-H SYSTEMS" SOCIETA ITALIANA DI FISICA, NUOVO CIMENTO A, EDITRICE COMPOSITORI, BOLOGNA, IT, vol. 109A, no. 12, 1 December 1996 (1996-12-01), pages 1645-1654; G. MENGOLI, M. BERNARDINI, C. MANDUCHI, G. ZANNONI: "Anomalous heat effects correlated with electrochemical hydriding of nickel" IL NUOVO CIMENTO, vol. 20D, no. 3, 1998, pages 331-352; EP 2259998A1; and WO9520816; LEWAN MATS: 'Cold fusion may provide one megawatt in Athens' INTERNET CITATION, [Online] 02 February 2011.
So yes, there's a patent application there. Looks like it will be granted, too, based on the latest Examination Report.