Tag: Giuseppe Levi

Giuseppe Levi e l’E-Cat

Quando si parla recentemente di Andrea Rossi e E-Cat, al suo nome viene spesso associato quello di Sergio Focardi, Professore emerito all’Universita’ di Bologna. Ma e’ importante ricordare che con loro collabora attivamente Giuseppe Levi, anch’egli docente presso l’Universita’ di Bologna. Pare tra l’altro che l’ateneo sia disposto a concludere un accordo di ricerca con […]

Krivit’s third report: E-Cat not demonstrated to work as claimed

Steven Krivit, editor of New Energy Times, has released his third report on Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat, and the report is every bit as long as he had claimed. The report is largely critical of the claims made for the energy catalyzer, and of the way Andrea Rossi, Sergio Focardi, and Giuseppe Levi have attempted to … Continue reading Krivit’s third report: E-Cat not demonstrated to work as claimed

Coming soon: Krivit’s third report

After a month of reticence, New Energy Times editor Steven Krivit has broken his silence to announce that his long-awaited third report on Rossi’s E-Cat is coming soon—”within the next few days”. This report is supposed to cover the technical details supporting his reasoning that the E-Cat—the one Rossi demonstrated for him, at any rate—does … Continue reading Coming soon: Krivit’s third report

Viareggio Cold Fusion conference: science, politics, and an Italian competitor

A conference titled “Has cold fusion become a reality?” was held at 4:00 PM July 23 at Villa Borbone in Viareggio, Italy. The conference was hosted by Italian solar energy company Delta Energie. Among the participants were Andrea Rossi via Skype; his research partner, retired University of Bologna physicist Sergio Focardi, via a pre-recorded presentation; … Continue reading Viareggio Cold Fusion conference: science, politics, and an Italian competitor