Italian inventor Andrea Rossi recently revealed that his online campaign to sign-up 10,000 people to buy 10KW e-cat proved to be very effective. Rossi said that they are now close to the said figure and is thrilled by this positive result. He further explained that the number of people who showed enough interest to sign up for their own e-cat was very impressive.
As a matter of fact, it only happened in less than five days. If this is true, then this is indeed an outstanding technological market breakthrough for cold fusion devices. Who would have thought that there are so many people who are really following the e-cat technology topic closely and are looking forward to using the first commercially successful low energy nuclear reaction?
Rossi’s e-cat undoubtedly created a stir when it was first publicly introduced to the public. And the controversy has never ceased to make stir ever since. This time around, it becomes louder and louder. This latest development of the technology sure gives Rossi more inspiration to pursue and develop more e-cat devices and come up with great thermoelectric units in the near future:
Here is a look at Rossi’s reply to a reader of his site, posted on November 25th, 20ll at 4:44 AM.
Dear Ing. Rossi, when do you think we will see the first e-Cat based thermoelectric plant?!!
I hope within 1 year, maybe sooner.
Also, the current public response towards his invention allows him to figure out what’s the best way to penetrate the real energy market as soon as possible, so that many people can benefit from it.
Rossi’s work gives hope to the people, especially to those who have always believed in him and his e-cat invention. Frankly speaking, after seeing how far he’s already reached, there is no reason to doubt the information provided by the inventor himself. There is actually no valid reason why Rossi would make up wild stories just to be talked about, especially now after pre-orders have already been fueled. Besides, Rossi is not the only scientist who believes that cold fusion is possible and valid. What do you think?