E-Cat World recently emailed a list of questions to Andrea Rossi to try and catch up on developments. Some of his answers could be called evasive but he is still confident that the first 1MW non-military E-Cat Plant will be up and working by the end of this year.
He also said that the much-awaited report on the high temperature E-Cats will be published during September and that this report is of great importance to Leonardo Corporation. He was not in a position to answer technical questions but he did agree that the E-Cat has been confirmed as stable in temperatures over 1,000C.
There will be information published in the report concerning the number of kilowatts of output produced per square meter of the external surface area of the reactor but could not comment on matters pertaining to the licensing process because that “does not depend on us”. For that reason he was unable to confirm whether or not domestic e-cats would be for sale by summer 2013.
When asked “Can you say when the first non-military 1 MW plant will be delivered and in operation? When will the public know about it?”, he replied “Within this year.” He did say that he has not been involved in any testing of using E-Cat heat to create electricity. Finally, he was asked “In addition to using steam turbines to create electricity from E-Cat heat, what other technologies that you know of might be viable for converting E-Cat heat to electricity?” He replied that “We are thinking to direct conversion.”
It seems that the report in September will be the next major step forward for Rossi and his E-Cat so followers will have to be patient for just a little while longer, at least.
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