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Water Dragon 2012 is certainly going to be a game-changing year!
DIRT CHEAP ENERGY — The cost of a home E-Cat unit was stated to be between $400 and $500 dollars. This will be accomplished through the best engineering possible of the production line, automation of all aspects of the factory, and the use of robotics. The goal is to make this technology so affordable that everyone will be able to purchase a system, and competitors will not be able to under sell him. Although his technology will obviously be reverse-engineered when the units start to sell, it does not matter because he will have a major head start.
Tags: Andrea Rossi, cold fusion, E-Cat technology, LENR, Pure Energy Systems News, ten kilowatt units, UL certification, Underwriters Laboratories
Many breakthroughs and submission to Underwriters Laboratories for approval.
In a landmark interview, Andrea Rossi, the inventor of the E-Cat (cold fusion energy catalyzer), announced many breakthroughs in the development of his technology, answered a wide range of questions, and shared many details regarding the upcoming ten kilowatt heat unit for home use.
|A FIRST: This is the first exotic free energy technology that we know of that has been submitted for UL certification, a major milestone prior to deployment to the market.|
PES Network has a business relationship with Andrea Rossi.
Andrea Rossi, the inventor of the E-Cat (Energy Catalyzer), does not give a large number of interviews (we know of three in the past year). He is far too busy putting in often 14-16 hour days preparing for the production of one million, ten kilowatt units for home use. However, on the anniversary of the first press conference about the E-Cat technology that took place January 14, 2011, he graciously allowed for an interview that turned out to be very revealing. During the interview many questions were answered, and a few revelations were made about the development of the E-Cat technology.
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Readers of Andrea Rossi’s website Journal Of Nuclear Physics, have been asking questions lately about pricing. The initial price of the 1 MW plant was set to $2M per unit. Now, only two months later, the price has dropped to $1,5M to reflect the success in recent developments. The large cost cut can be attributed to several factors including:
- A close and successful collaboration with the first (still undisclosed) customer
- New favorable and scalable production processes
- Strong partners within manufacturing, software and logistics
This website tracks recent postings to Andrea Rossi’s Journal of Nuclear Physics, sorting the entries with priority to Rossi’s answers, which appear under each question.
Engineer Andrea Rossi communicates directly with anyone via the comments to Cold nuclear fusion section of his blog. Click the above link to do so.
In an interview this past week, Andrea Rossi stated that the distribution to the public of household units is expected to begin “in Autumn of 2012,” adding that “We are in talks with Home Depot for the diffusion”.
“We have already started the sales of the industrial plants of 1MW, but now focusing on the household, we have to resolve the issue of certifications, and we are working on those, and we are organizing the production.
The target price will be between $1000-$1500 US for an E-Cat with a power between 10-20 kilowatts. Such an E-Cat is able to give the thermal energy and air conditioning for an average family house.
With this price, in a few months the E-Cat is paid back, and the expected life of an E-Cat is around 30 years.”
Since the start of 2011, PESN has been covering the emergence, testing, and commercialization of Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat (Energy Catalyzer) technology. As 2012 approaches, it is clear that nickel-hydrogen cold fusion technology is going to change the world, as the production of a million E-Cat home units is planned.
By Hank Mills
Pure Energy Systems News
As far as I am concerned, the year 2011 proved that we do not only live in interesting times, but a truly exciting age in which game-changing technological breakthroughs may allow us to overcome the challenges facing our civilization. A number of technologies made this year exciting, but some stand out more than others.
Tags: National Instruments
Although their has been scant news of late, things are moving forward behind the scenes. The production of the home Energy Catalyzer is taking shape. The following comments where posted by Mr. Rossi with regard to the power plants electronic controls.
Andrea Rossi yesterday expressed his pleasure about his collaboration with National Instruments, the Texas-based company who is providing the instrumentation for the E-Cats being manufactured by Rossi’s Leonardo Corporation. When asked by a JONP reader whether the National Instruments enterprise was going well Rossi responded:
“National Instruments is the best partner a manufacturer of plants of high technology can have. We are learning from them, and thanks to them the 1 MW plant we are finishing for our Customer is growing up a magnificence. Useless to say, all our plants will be supplied by the control systems of N.I. We are honoured to be supplied by them. The most important thing of their working way is that they do not just supply their technology, but they teach to you to grow up in its knowledge to make you able to peer-interfacing with them, like they do not just sell you good fish, but also teach you how to fish, so that fishing is empowered.”
Ever the student, it looks like Rossi is delighted not only with the instrumentation itself, but also with what he is learning — and how he can apply that to the development of his invention. A partnership like this is going to be very important as Rossi tries to build a robust product, and to establish himself as leader in the commercialization of LENR — he has mentioned that he is working on other agreements, and also an outsourcing network. The “quiet period” that we seem to be currently in (with no customers coming forward publicly) may not apply to what is going on behind the scenes.
With so much at stake it has become very difficult to obtain any concrete information surrounding this LENR technology. There have been reports of a scheduled test of a 10kw home power plant as early as mid January.