Rossi On Commercial Hot Cat

It can be recalled that Andrea Rossi once said that his US based company Leonardo Corporation is very much powerful now compared to the days when it started to operate in the hope to manufacture the new and controversial LENR based technology of the Italian inventor called the energy catalyzer device. On his official website Journal of Nuclear Physics, Rossi stated that the first 1 MW hot cat will go in operation within February 2013. He further explained: Continue reading

The E-cat Manufacturing Status

Andrea Rossi’s official blog Journal of Nuclear Physics is currently the most accessible if one wants to know more about the e-cat manufacturing status. Apparently, the Italian inventor is always ready to provide answers to questions related to his new and controversial LENR based technology. One of the e-cat enthusiasts, Frank Acland, who is also the administrator of the E-cat World website, posted the following questions on JONP: Continue reading

The World Needs Proof That The E-cat Is Real

There has been a lot of fuss going on in the e-cat LENR world lately. Many followers of Andrea Rossi’s new and controversial work continue to express their opinion about the credibility of the Italian inventor as well as his invention. We have been reading/hearing the same old statements from the man behind the most talked about the invention that is now considered as a powerful alternative source of energy. It is interesting to note that e-cat enthusiast KD still has faith in Rossi and his reactor. KD commented: Continue reading

Recent Comments Of Stremmenos On LENR Patent

Many e-cat followers know that Christos Stremmenos is a frequent poster in Andrea Rossi’s official website Journal of Nuclear Physics or JONP. In addition, Stremmenos has been working on an experiment that studies the Ni-H cold fusion reaction. He also stated that he has also worked with the Italian inventor of the e-cat LENR based technology. It is known that Stremmenos challenged Francesco Piantelli regarding the European patent granted for his LENR based device recently. He even stated: Continue reading

Rossi Comments On Patent Given To Piantelli

Last week, Frank Acland of The E-cat World announce on his blog that the European patent office has granted a patent for the Francesco Piantelli’s invention of process for producing energy from a nickel-hydrogen reaction. Moreover, the European Patent Office published the certificate on January 16th, 2013. Interestingly,Sergio Focardi, who assisted Andrea Rossi in the development of his e-cat LENR based technology had worked with Piantelli in the study and development of LENR from nickel-hydrogen processes. On his official website Journal of Nuclear Physics,e-cat followers have been asking the Italian inventor about his opinion about this latest news. Rossi replied: Continue reading

Commercializing E-cats, Understanding LENR

The year 2013, to e-cat followers, is the year for technologies connected to cold fusion or Low Eenergy Nuclear Reactions (LENR). On his official blog Journal of Nuclear Physics, Italian inventor Andrea Rossi discloses several important information about his e-cat LENR based device which promises to provide safe, clean and cheap source of energy. With all the marvelous achievements that the technology has demonstrated last year, many e-cat followers are now talking about the mass production of Rossi’s e-cat products. One of the JONP website followers, Steven N. Karels commented: Continue reading

Rossi’s US Partners To Help Speed Up E-cat Mass Production

Professor Joseph Fine is a known follower of cold fusion/LENR based technology and one of them is the work of Italian inventor Andrea Rossi. The e-cat device was introduced in the public more than a year ago and yet it has already made marvelous achievements. This year, 2013, many e-cat followers are asking Rossi about his plans when it comes to the mass production of his e-cat products. On Rossi’s official website Journal of Nuclear Physics, Fine posted the following: Continue reading

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