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As usual, there’s not much information provided here, but here’s a Q&A from the Journal of Nuclear Physics today about current interest in the E-Cat: Heinz Sause May 20, 2020 at 8:56 AM Hello, dear Dr Rossi, Which European Country is showing more interest in your Ecat technology ? With kind regards, Heinz Sause Andrea […]

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On the Journal of Nuclear Physics Andrea Rossi has made a somewhat cryptic statement, also a bit confusing in places, due to his use of English, but the underlying message is clear: he is expecting stiff opposition to the E-Cat, and is trying to prepare for that. Andrea Rossi May 14, 2020 at 5:26 PM […]

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I have asked Andrea Rossi some questions about the current status of commercializing the E-Cat SKL. He has reported that during this period of coronavirus restriction, he has been conducting online video presentations of the E-Cat with several separate companies. He has said that some of these presentations have been given to prospective customers, and […]

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The following post and article were submitted by David Fojt, Here I share with everyone my understanding from Ecat 2011 NIH. Regarding Rossi’s case, we can treat his “folklore” but some are doing better than me for that. However, I guess he never lied deliberately but mostly by omission, therefore I could be wrong. From […]

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A new article by astrophysicist Ethan Siegel has been published on the Forbes website in which he holds again Andrea Rossi and the E-Cat as examples of what is wrong with science. https://www.forbes.com/sites/startswithabang/2018/12/21/you-dont-need-a-scientific-hero-to-love-science/#37bf888734b7 The title of the article is “You Don’t Need A Scientific Hero To Love Science”, and the gist of the article seems […]

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Coca-Cola and the E-Cat

On 1 dicembre 2018 By

Andrea Rossi has made the following comment in response to a question about whether he thought the presentation on January 31st will satisfy those skeptical of the E-Cat. Andrea Rossi December 1, 2018 at 11:21 AM Giuseppina Soden: No, it will not. To avoid disappointments, I want one more time explain what is a commercial […]

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A couple of posts by readers on this thread caught my attention as they bring up a subject that I’ve thought about quite a bit. Assuming the E-Cat and the remote control system both work as described by Andrea Rossi, what is the likelihood of industrial companies signing up to use it? Vinney wrote this: […]

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Xavier Pitz on the Journal of Nuclear Physics seems to have hit the nail on the head regarding problems Andrea Rossi seems to be having in connecting the E-Cat QX with an existing gas turbine: Xavier Pitz July 19, 2018 at 5:27 PM Dear Andrea, Do you envision the SK being able to be retrofitted […]

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I recently sent some questions to Andrea Rossi about his work on the E-Cat SK. Below are the questions and his responses. 1. You said that the testing took place at a laboratory that was not your own lab. Why did you go to a different lab for this test? I needed particular instrumentation I […]

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I found an exchange between Gerard McEk and Andrea Rossi on the subject of the E-Cat as a quite interesting and thought provoking. Gerard wrote: Wouldn’t you agree that, assuming that people are indeed the cause of the change in climate by burning fossile fuel, the Ecat IS the short term solution? If you have […]

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Below is a Q & A exchange conducted today via email with Andrea Rossi regarding his plans for the commercial roll-out of industrial E-Cats. 1. Can you explain why you have decided now to announce that you are taking orders for the industrial E-Cat plants? Because if we make plants we need clients. 2. You […]

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There had been a very interesting comment today from Andrea Rossi on the Journal of Nuclear Physics today, which I think many people will find hard to believe: Anonymous March 5, 2018 at 12:29 AM Dear Dr Andrea Rossi, Aren’t you not worried about the fact that your competitors will probably be the first ones […]

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Commercial LENR in 2018?

On 31 dicembre 2017 By

It’s the last day of 2017 and a natural time to reflect back on the old year and look forward to the new. In terms of progress in the LENR field I have always thought that the most important thing is that the technology become commercialized in order to be put to use in the […]

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The following announcement comes from Mats Lewan at the New Energy World Symposium website here. It is with great pleasure that I can announce that the New Energy World Symposium will hold its first session on June 18-19, 2018, in Stockholm, Sweden. As originally planned, the Symposium will address the implications for industry, financial systems, and society, of a radically […]

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Rossi Defines the E-Cat

On 12 dicembre 2017 By

In the meeting with the Energy 2.0 Society last weekend (see here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YSwrHNJEvo) Andrea Rossi was asked to provide a short description or definition of the E-Cat. I don’t recall him ever giving such a concise description before, so I thought it might be interesting to post what he said. “The E-Cat is a fluid heater, […]

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