We have been for quite a while aware that distribution of one million E-Cats that Andrea Rossi has promised for autumn is going to be quite an undertaking, and yet he has not shown any signs of despair. Quite the opposite the interview with Ca$h Flow’s James Martinez displayed quite some guts and boldness, when Rossi stated that he was “in talks” with the Home Depot about the distribution of his groundbreaking household units. The Home Depot is not some small entity, but it’s a strong and significant player in the home improvement niche. If Rossi indeed gets their support and his units will be represented by the HD, it may add even greater value to this endeavor and more people may buy E-Cat.
However, no agreement has been reached, as Rossi shares on his blog: “Important: We did not reach any agreement with Home Depot yet!!!” It appears as though many have taken “in talks” for “reached the agreement,” and that has not happened. Rossi had to put “important!!!” for all the Home Depot agreement wannabes. It’s not happening, at least not for now. He adds, though, that they are “in talks with them.” And he also mentions “discussions with other organizations” that may help them land a deal on distribution. It would definitely help make buying Catalyzers an easier experience.
Some customers (or at least one, for sure) has been willing to buy E-Cat plants without any distribution, but directly from Rossi. But it would make sense to hand these duties to somebody else, meanwhile working on further R&D, securing better and more ways to use this apparatus for an even more convenient lifestyle. Whether it’s the Home Depot or some other big players, it is clear from the interaction at Journal of Nuclear Physics that people will buy E-Cat products.