In his recent interview with Free Energy Systems, Andrea Rossi explained a little bit about the certification processes for each of his E-Cats. The question posed to Rossi was:
“Who or what agency is currently reviewing the E-Cat for approval for home use in the United States and in other countries around the world?”
Rossi explained that his corporation is currently under a Non Disclosure Agreement concerning the certifications and the entities doing the certifying. This privacy is part of the contract they signed with the certifiers. He did say, “…the U.S. certifier works for one of the most well-known worldwide certification companies…”
Then, Rossi went on to explain that the certification process for the domestic E-Cat is different than that of the industrial E-Cat. The reason for this is that:
“…when you install the device in an industrial plant, you give it to the certified operators, who have to take a course, and be examined by us and certified by us.”
He went on to explain that the domestic E-Cats will not be under the daily supervision of professional operators. There will be an instruction book, but he points out that most people don’t bother reading the instructions to anything. Therefore the certification of the domestic E-Cat has a different set of standards. He also stated that once the industrial E-Cat have been in operation and providing statistics, these figures will be useful in aiding certification of the domestic model.
Of course, at least one 1 MW E-Cat has been in operation for nearly a year, but, since the sale was to an anonymous client, statics on its operation are unavailable. Still, the domestic model is slated to become available to the public early in 2013, based on the certification process.