E-cat Test in Greece Called Off
The demonstration of a one megawatt cold fusion powered electric generator in Greece in October has apparently been called off. Press releases and media sources had indicated that Andrea Rossi the inventor of the e-cat was planning to demonstrate an electric generator based on his technology in October with several prominent scientists present.
The demonstration has apparently been cancelled as a result of a dispute between Rossi and Defkalion Green Technologies the Greek company that was planning to build energy catalyzer powered heating units in Xanthi, Greece. Rossi had been planning to test the energy catalzyer at Defkalion’s Xanthi facility in northern Greece
In a press release dated Aug. 4, Rossi announced that the agreement between his company the Leonardo Corporation and Defkalion has been called off. This means that Defkalion no longer has a legal right to use Rossi’s technology which has been patented in Italy. The reason for this break up is not stated in the press release. Rossi also denied claims that the e-cat has been tested in Greece.
The E-cat test will be now held in the United States. Rossi has a facility in Miami, Florida where he manufactures energy catalyzer components. Rossi lives in Miami and he has done contract work for the US Army in the past.
Rossi still has an agreement with an American company called AmpEnergo to license e-cat technology in the New World.
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