Some Energy Catalyzer Guide news has reported that the National Aeronautics Space Agency (NASA) has sent a team of their own scientists accompanied by a groupr of investors to Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat facilities in Bologna, Italy. This was posted in the New Energy Times blog of Steven B. Krivit. The report seems to suggest that the US agency is seriously investigating cold fusion technology.
The economy of the E-Cat is a topic that should be interesting to all of us. This is because it will affect everyone who needs electric or gasoline to go about their normal, daily lives. Most of the world’s population is so dependent on energy that its market price affects almost all of us.
The Senate Has approved and passed the new law, known as America Invents Act. This Act, which is currently expected to be signed by the President Obama, is responsible fro switching from the “first to invent” to “first to patent” policy. The US former system gave the right to an invention to him, who had actually invented. But what can one do to those inventions that have been around for years and nobody has rights to them. The “first to patent” policy eliminates many a problem. Continue reading →
This is an attempt to outline the amazing story of Andrea Rossi , especifically his invention of the E-Cat. This is a Cold Fusion Device that the inventor has been developing over a number of years. The unfolding of this invention is summarized here as a quick Energy Catalyzer Guide. Continue reading →
The interest for the Energy Catalyzer and its founder, Andrea Rossi, did not dissipate; on the contrary, as time goes by, more and more interest is born. Those who follow this fusor energy invention, anticipate the demonstration launch of the 1 MW plant in October. Much has already been said, and much has already been written about E-Cat technology. Continue reading →
The inventor Andrea Rossi is very close to launching the 52 Energy catalyzer plant that will produce 1 MW of thermal energy. The earlier model had a power output of 10 MW but consisted of 100 units. Once started the manufacturing, Rossi decided to choose a smaller, more stable model with a power of about 3MW. Continue reading →