The first public demonstration (only for invited guests) of the nickel-hydrogen reactor (E-Cat) is being held in the outskirts of Bologna, on 14th of January. This reactor will be triggered by small initial energy to produce a fairly large amount—a process, which many thought, was impossible.
On 13th of January, Resto Del Carlino, released an article in which he gave the address and timing of this demonstration. “I had preferred to omit such information—which I thought—would be useful for invited guests, but since it became a public knowledge, I confirm that the test will take place at the private company, GM System, Via electrician, starting from 15.30 until 18.30 or so.”
No doubt, if the best results are obtained by this Ni-H reactor, it would be a big turnaround in the whole energy market. However, this will be only the first step towards solving the energy problems of mankind. I am certain that some other European country is working on an invention that will produce one MW: megawatt of power.
The point to ponder is that while in Italy we are throwing time and resources in pursuing the day-dream of old and poisonous nuclear “dirty” energy, not far our borders; they are already planning the production of large-scale energy through a nuclear fusion process which is free from all known contraindications of nuclear fission.
Who are real heroes? Of course, the Italian scientists and researchers who are still able to amaze the world with their findings.
Why have we been lucky? Because the process designed by Andrea Rossi and Focardi is cheap and doesn’t require high temperatures or costly levels of engineering.
Who do we thank in particular? Certainly engineer Andrea Rossi, who believed in cold fusion and despite all the criticism, continued to work on it.
I would like to inform you that tomorrow, starting at 15:00, the first public demonstrating of the production of heat excess in a small reactor (total volume of a few liters) of thermal power in LARGO (about a factor of 100) excess of the dispatch of electricity (used to “stimulate” the process), developed primarily by colleagues Andrea Rossi and SergioFocardi, will take place in Bologna, in a private industrial workshop.
As I understood, the experiment is based on the interaction “intimate” Hydrogen and Nickel (nano-micro level), suitably surface treated. The expected output power is really significant (several kW).
The demonstration will take place in the presence of “Technical” experts in the related field (including the writer), and some journalists of scientific training.