Tag: DEFKALION

Where Are We Now?

According to Andrea Rossi, the eCat is now breaking the 1,000 C barrier and although we might have to wait an indeterminate time for domestic certification, at least the secret 1MW plant customers are happy. The building of the secret eCat factory continues apace and the secret partners are helping him innovate the secret process […]

“Waiting for the ‘Works” : Updates on Rossi, Defkalion, and Anticipations

July 4th here in the States came and went; the celebratory fireworks ringed the air, and the aftermath accounts included one big San Diego display attended by thousands, in which, due to an alleged computer glitch, the would be 20 plus minute sky theatrics, went off all at once. A 20 second burst of everything … Continue reading “Waiting for the ‘Works” : Updates on Rossi, Defkalion, and Anticipations

Defkalion Interview

When Defkalion GT promised to deliver details of their independent tests some months ago, I admit to a certain frisson of excitement at the time. It appeared to me that the company would gain nothing by making such a specific promise if it had no substance. When nothing came of it (so far) that excitement […]

Defkalion and Rossi Stir

Kudos to my good friend, Frank at e-catworld for his interview with Andrea Rossi. It is well worth your time. After a period of relative silence from both major players in the game, Defkalion also made an appearance in the shape of a ‘progress’ pdf. As interesting as both contributions are, for me, there is […]

“Il sole in laboratorio”, acceso un reattore a fusione fredda

Gli studenti dell’Istituto Pirelli di Roma hanno riprodotto e acceso un reattore a fusione fredda basato sugli studi di Fleischmann e Pons.  E adesso lo brevettano. Da anni il gruppo Pirelli finanzia studi su fusione fredda e Lenr (con “Pirelli lab”), e guarda con particolare interesse alle ricerche sui fenomeni di reazione Nichel-Idrogeno svolti a Siena dal Professor Piantelli. […]

A 45MW eCat Delusion?

Fifteen months ago, I believed that come October 2011 we would know the reality or otherwise of Andrea Rossi’s eCat. The 1MW demo was interesting but left gaps you could drive a ship through. Importantly, the meta data was not as solid as we had hoped, prime among the disappointments being the ‘need’ to keep […]

Waiting for Godot

We took a decision over a month ago now to cease reporting of the eCat for several reasons. First of all, 16 months have elapsed since we helped break the story to the world and yet there are still no independent third party test results of the eC…

eCatNews

The short hiatus from posting here has been interesting. Travelling to London and other parts of the UK, I was able to read most comments (up until this weekend). Despite the occasional flare of animosity, the debate has been instructive. I remain suspicious of the intention of certain posters but deliberately let them have the […]

More Statements from Rossi

Andrea Rossi has admitted that Siemens is a merely a supplier to him. This would seem to contradict stories that he and Siemens engineers were working on a turbine powered by his ecat low energy nuclear reaction technology. One strong possibility is th…

Defkalion’s Independent Testing Underway

Ny Teknik’s Mats Lewan has interviewed Alexandros Xanthoulis a representative of the investors supporting Defkalion about the firm’s shall we say, Ni+H=E, LENR or Cold Fusion technology independent testing protocol. On the Defkalion website the report has it said, “Tests with the presence of high level (Greek) government officials have been concluded. Opinions and results […]

Defkalion Goes Dark

From Defkalion’s forum: The statement of fact that they have taken no money from licensees is interesting. If it was not true, anyone who paid them would start screaming no matter what an NDA said. Thus all the money is likely to come from the original players who have either been duped by one or […]