by ECAT ECAT appointed Andrea Rossi’s Official ECAT Website

Today, in a mutual agreement with Andrea Rossi and Leonardo Corporation, has been appointed the Official ECAT Website.

Hydro Fusion is truly honored by Andrea Rossi’s request to appoint its domain as the Official ECAT Website of Andrea Rossi, Leonardo Corporation and the future home for all official ECAT-related matters.

If you are completely new to the ECAT-fusor technology, this user friendly portal will explain everything you want to know about the technology and the products. Also check out the ECAT Energy Cost Calculator to help you calculate the cost/kWh for thermal energy.

If you are a potential ECAT customer and seek further information, our inquiry form helps you define and decide upon the best option for your needs. also offers video interviews, extensive FAQs and news related to the ECAT-fusor technology.

Welcome to the cold fusion revolution.


Andrea Rossi to sign contract with National Instruments for control unit

Allan Sterling of PESN reports today that Andrea Rossi has entered an agreement with National Instruments on November 10th and that NI will be creating the controls to monitor and regulate this process.

Andrea Rossi told PESN that their stipulation for the agreement is that all the instrumentation for the E-Cat plants have “by National Instruments” and logo on the instrumentation panels.

National Instruments, headquartered in Austin, Texas, USA, was established in 1976, and conducts global operations in 41 countries, with over 5,000 employees. In 2010, the company sold products to more than 30,000 companies in 91 countries with revenues of $860 million. (Wikipedia) Concezzi said that their customers include Boeing and Airbus, and that they have employees separated who are working on competitor technologies so that there is not a conflict of interest.


CBS News comments on Bologna 1MW demo

CBS News featured an article about the recent developments

“There is not sufficient reliable information available about the E-cat for a rational opinion to be made yet, in my view,” Hagelstein told Life’s Little Mysteries, a sister site to LiveScience. But because of these consistencies, “I am of the view that Rossi’s claims probably should be taken seriously until such time as we have sufficient information that provides confirmation or refutation”