The convention this September in Zurich will, hopefully, provide significant news about Andrea Rossi and his E-Cats. He has said that the convention will not have a demonstration of the devices, but that there will be papers presented concerning the validation tests that have been run all summer. There is much anticipation about the release of this information, as it is long-awaited. Some of the most persistent posters and craftily worded questions have met with Rossi’s stonewall about any kind of information concerning his E-Cats. Even the information leaked by the infamous Cures has not really told much more than we already knew.
Rossi has said, however, that the Zurich convention will also be a meeting place for all of the licensees of the E-Cat units. This is in response to a question asked by Adam Lebczak on Rossi’s blog, the Journal of Nuclear Physics. Lebczak asked Rossi:
“…what is the status of plans for training the first generation of ECAT installers and service personnel? What about manuals? Being ready with certification is one thing, but to be able to meet the demand and have a base in pace to install and service thousands of ECATs quickly is another important aspect.”
Rossi’s reply was:
“We are organizing our world network of licensees. The Zurich convention is the first global meeting of our licensees.”
For all of the skeptics’ “thumbing of the nose”, it sure does seem that things are beginning to snowball with the E-Cat.