Andrea Rossi publicly addressed the global E-Cat license status on his blog on Journal of Nuclear Physics: “At this time, there has been no change to the Territory licensed to Industrial Heat, LLC or any of its affiliated companies. Leonardo Corporation remains the owner of ALL the E- Cat related intellectual property and continues to work with multiple licensees, including the great Swedish Team of Hydrofusion ( one of our pillars ) throughout Europe and the rest of the world. Warm Regards, Dr Andrea Rossi, CEO of Leonardo Corporation.” Leonardo Corporation and its CEO & Founder, Andrea Rossi, have ... Read more
We have received conceptual drawings of the domestic ECAT from the reader Daniel Badoual that’s very interesting. Thank you Daniel. All images posted below. All images courtesy of Daniel Badoual.
The ECAT 1MW plant is undergoing changes in design and performance rapidly and these newer CAD models reflect that development more accurately than previous generation ECAT models. Generated by Sweden based Graphics.se All new images can be viewed here.
Andrea Rossi and Leonardo Corporation receive its first ECAT patent in the United States from the US Patent and Trademark Office, USPTO. See ECAT Patents or external link to ECAT Patent at USPTO. The Patent covers the ECAT as a Fluid Heater based on the Rossi Effect in all its details. Since the Rossi Effect is the main source of energy of the ECAT, this means that the ECAT Core Technology is protected by this patent. The Rossi Effect is based on the exothermal reaction between Lithium and Hydrogen which is catalyzed by Nickel or any other Group 10 elements ... Read more
An Impossible Invention is the book that tells the amazing story about the E-Cat, Andrea Rossi and cold fusion. It’s written by technology and science journalist Mats Lewan who has reported on the E-Cat since 2011 and who has gained fascinating behind-the-scenes information through his contacts with people involved, which he describes in great detail in the book. Beyond the story in itself Lewan also brings up an important discussion on what is considered impossible in science, and why. The second edition was released in December 2014 and contains minor corrections and a few updates on recent events. It’s now available as ... Read more