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Andrea Rossi stated yesterday on the Journal of Nuclear Physics that the 20 kW E-Cat SK heater (it does not generate electricity directly) that he reported had started operating in an unidentified industrial facility in November 2018 was still in operation, and that it was still using the same charge (i.e. fuel) that it had […]

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True to form, Andrea Rossi is not going to stop working to improve his latest E-Cat, it seems. On the Journal of Nuclear Physics today he answered a question about what he is working on currently: Nolan January 6, 2020 at 4:56 AM Are you also working during this period on the reduction of the […]

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We’re now into January, and on the topic of the E-Cat, I think the question on most people’s mind is what’s going on with the testing of the E-Cat SKL that Andrea Rossi said would take place this month, and when the projected Stockholm conference will take place. Steven Karels asked about this on the […]

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It is unusual these days for Andrea Rossi to engage in discussion about his theoretical understanding of what is going on inside the E-Cat. Normally when questioned about theory on the Journal of Nuclear Physics he will cite his most recent paper and tell people to refer to it for answers. But there has been […]

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I found this comment on the Journal of Nuclear Physics interesting: Artur Klepacz December 26, 2019 at 7:39 PM Mr. Rossi, would it be possible to use electricity-producing E-Cat as mobile charger for currently available on the market electric cars? Would it be easy to create sufficiently powerful E-Cat generator that could fit into Tesla/Nissan […]

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Trying to get a better idea about the extent of the manpower behind the current E-Cat project I asked some questions today on the Journal of Nuclear Physics. Frank Acland December 19, 2019 at 9:29 AM Dear Andrea, About your team: 1. Is the team that is working with you on the various aspects of […]

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If the E-Cat SKL is demonstrated to be a valid energy technology, and perform as Andrea Rossi says it does, there is going to be a great deal of interest in understanding how it works. For many years people following Rossi’s progress with the E-Cat have been connectingwith other LENR work and experimental effects, but […]

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A reader on the Journal of Nuclear Physics has asked Andrea Rossi some questions about the implications of the E-Cat  with regards to climate change. From Rossi’s answers it seems that there has been something of a change in his thinking on the subject which might have implications for how he has decided to implement […]

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There has been some discussion on the Journal of Nuclear Physics about attendance at the upcoming E-Cat SKL presentation in Stockholm. Andrea Rossi has stated that as yet, no date has been decided on. My guess is that they will wait until the testing of the third party (scheduled to start in January) is completed […]

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It has been two weeks since Rossi reported success with making the E-Cat SKL self–sustain in a closed loop manner, and a reader on the JONP asked an interesting question on the Journal of Nuclear Physics regarding the first three E-Cat SKLs that Rossi says have been under test. Rick 57 December 7, 2019 at […]

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Andrea Rossi had posted recently on the Journal of Nuclear Physics that he hoped that the safety certification for domestic versions of the E-Cat SKL could be completed by April 2020, and that it was “not impossible” that domestic E-Cats could be on the market by November 2020. This is quite a different outlook from […]

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Here’s an answer to a straightforward question asked by a reader on the Journal of Nuclear Physics about the location of the upcoming E-Cat presentation: Gian Luca December 3, 2019 at 7:12 AM Carissimo Andrea maybe someone has already asked this question but where will the next event take place? Europe vs USA? Andrea Rossi […]

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There has been a lot of discussion here and elsewhere about the revolutionary nature of the latest version of the E-Cat as claimed by Andrea Rossi. He is saying that the E-Cat SK Leonardo is a small box, about the size of a Rubik’s Cube, which can sit and put out hundreds, if not thousands […]

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Andrea Rossi has stated that the size of the E-Cat SKL is 10 x 10 x 10 cm, and the energy required to start up the E-Cat and maintain its operation is 38 W. However he has not yet given an output power figure. On the Journal of Nuclear Physics, Joseph Fine made a comment […]

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There continues to be a series of Q&As on the Journal of Nuclear Physics about the E-Cat SK Leonardo, and One question was about the number of E-Cat SKLs that have been built: Rémi ANDRE November 29, 2019 at 7:43 AM Dear Mr Rossi I have just two questions : 1. How many working E-Cat […]

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