I'm an experimental electrochemist. The problem with experiments such as those mentioned above is that they lack the necessary details to reproduce it, so that we can verify it or improve upon it.
In the first video, a paper linked is here: http://www.lenr-canr.org/acrobat/SzpakSpolarizedd.pdf
They vaguely mention a "negatively polarized Pd/D$_2$O system". Then they refer us to Figure 6 for more "complete" experimental details. Let's ignore all the piezo stuff. We have a potentiostat (what kind), with electrodes (unspecified counterelectrode and a vague Pd/D film working electrode without mention of preparative conditions), in an undefined electrodeposition solution with unknown concentrations or purities of reagents, and without any mention of the voltage/settings applied on the potentiostat during the course of the experiment. Moreover, they do not tell us about the thermal scanner, even the make or model. There is a mention to other journals but a quick glance at the few I could easily access online did not illuminate any of these details better. Was the container even cleaned for trace impurities?
In an excellent paper you will find all these experimental details and more. In a field which is highly contested among leaders in electrochemistry you are already held to a higher bar of scrutiny and as such greater care must be taken in reporting your results for any serious scholarly interest. Lacking these important details makes the entire paper worthless. If this were an undergrad's first lab report given me to then I wouldn't even award a D-. This is especially true when people in cold fusion report that it is very sensitive to experimental details/preparation.
This "paper" also suffers because it does not address why this could not be due to joule heating, a more likely scenario but cannot be judged without knowing the voltages or currents involved.
If you can find a paper (with the PDF) that has a complete experimental then e-mail it to me and I'll take a closer look. I would honestly really love for cold fusion to be true and to see if it could work, but the work I've seen doesn't even hold a candle to the care you'll find in a Letter published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society and therefore I cannot spend my time trying to reproduce these results.