Rossi Reveals More Hot ecat Details and Announces Licensees’ Convention

Andrea Rossi and Sterling Allan of Pure Energy Systems pose in front of the 1MW ecat in Bologna last October 28

Andrea Rossi has announced that he will publish a report of independently collected data that will verify his claims about his hot ecat low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) device on September 10. Rossi made the announcement on his Journal of Nuclear Physics blog.

The same information will be unveiled to the public at the First Convention of World Licensees of Rossi’s Leonardo Corporation or Energy Change with E-cat Technology convention that will be held in Zurich, Switzerland, on September 8. Rossi has also stated that some of the information will be published in scientific magazines on September 8. He didn’t say which magazine.

Rossi stated that many independent tests are under way and that many publications on their way. This probably means that results of ecat tests will be published in a number of different publications. Unfortunately he didn’t name of the publications that the data will appear in.

Rossi has also stated that he is apparently still working with the giant German technology company Siemens. He stated that once he has published the results there will be testing at the Swedish Siemens R&D center. Siemens makes everything from cell phones to electric trains. Siemens has a project to develop a next generation electric grid for the Swedish city of Malmo. Among other things it builds the ICE high speed train sets used in Germany and the light rail vehicles used in many American cities.

The hot ecat apparently works on a different principal than the earlier ecat. The original ecat design used electricity to create the nickel hydrogen reaction that produces the heat. The new ecat apparently uses gases to produce the reaction. Rossi stated that any type of gas could be used to charge the device. This might mean that there is an ecat that will operate on natural gas. Rossi stated his engineers are designing a catalyzed burner. The use of gas will apparently reduce the cost of the ecat. The hot ecat apparently has the same coefficient of power (cop) as the electrically fired ecat.

The hot ecat can generate internal temperatures of up to 1250 Celsius and an external temperature of 850 Celsius. That would be hot enough to make steam to operate a steam turbine. Rossi stated that ecat is designed to be connected and integrated with existing plants of any kind.

Rossi also stated that AmpEnergo is still the American licensee for ecat technology. AmpEnergo has not done much expect put up a basic website and issue one press release since it was named as Rossi’s first licensee last year. AmpEnergo will work to commercialize ecat in North America, Central America, South America and the Caribbean. The company is apparently privately held and doesn’t have any plans to issue stock.

It looks Andrea Rossi is finally about to break his silence. Hopefully he’ll provide data that will verify his claims and more importantly demonstrate a working ecat for scientists to examine.

Siemens built ICE (inter city express) high speed train set.

It’s also exciting that a giant company such as Siemens is interested in ecat. Siemens has the resources to commercialize ecat and apply it for many industrial purposes including the generation of electricity. It looks like the LENR revolution might actually be about to being. One of Siemens specialties is equipment to generate and transmit electricity.



5 Responses to Rossi Reveals More Hot ecat Details and Announces Licensees’ Convention

  • jetmech says:

    ok then.
    Where can anyone obtain an Ecat?

  • jetmech says:

    My question is this does Rossi intend to sell “licenses” or Ecats?

    And that is a big question. Selling “licenses” for others to produce and market “Ecats” or is Rossi going to produce “Ecats” and let “licensees” market them?

    Which is it?

    • jennifer says:

      From what I understand both. Note until he demonstrates a working ecat neither one is worth a cent.

  • praos says:

    What about combined heating? By natural gas in peak hours when electricity is at premium, and by self-produced power in low-demand hours when electricity is at bargain. This would cut consumption of natural gas not by factor of 6 but much more. It would be an excellent way to optimize capital vs. operative costs.