The prices for Energy Catalyzers have been rather different over the previous year and the first couple of months of this year. Rossi did state that he was robotizing his factory in order to make the technology as cheap and affordable as it can possible be, so that anyone who wants to buy E-Cat, could actually proceed and do so with no financial reservations. At the time of that statement the price was in the ballpark of $400-500 a piece, and that was at the very end of 2011 and the very beginning of 2012. Now we are two months into this new year, the year when the robotized production line for home units should be set into motion sometime in autumn, and the price that was last quoted by Rossi was $600-900, while the price for anyone who wants to buy E-Cat plants is $1.5 million (with the former used for personal/family needs, whereas the latter is the industrial setting).
It all makes sense, no problem. But what is the public supposed to do with the announcement of a 15 MW plant in the works that will also hopefully be producing electric power? The statement was made on the 3rd of March and the name of Siemens AG and their turbine is also mentioned in the context of this plant, thus making it quite an endeavor. Rossi also confirmed that there are no breakthroughs in the field of electricity production for domestic modules, at least not yet, that is. It would be had to even imagine the prices for such a monstrosity of power production that gives out 15 MW, and is believed and claimed to be able to provide electric charge to E-Cats connected to it, thus making the technology self-sustaining and in no need of any other devices connected to it and feeding it (like it is the case now, where E-Cats need the initial input in order to continue running on its own).
Or perhaps no one’s going to buy E-Cat, as Rossi won’t be selling this beast of the LENR plant.