Question: Your new plan to launch with a ‘big’ partner in the USA is very interesting. If you have a strong ally with plenty of resources and much influence it could be very helpful. You speak about making 1000 1MW-plants in the near future — how easy is it to get approval from US government regulators for building and operating an E-Cat plant? (Many people are very concerned when the word ‘nuclear reaction’ is mentioned).
Answer: We do not use radioactive materials, do not produce radioactive wastes, so the issue is different from nuclear plants. Our USA Partner is addressing this issue.
Question: Will the first plant produce only heat or electricity?
Question: At this point will the 1MW plant be assembled in America or in Greece, given the current relationship with the Greeks?
Answer: In the USA.
Question: What is the cost of the catalyzt in the apparatus?
Answer: It is irrelevant (the cost).
Question: Apart from what has been written about you – have you ever been pressured or threatened?
Question: I read in a blog of your competitors that there are methodology flaws in your testing setup, in particular, there is no proof that all the water has been converted to steam because the output hose attached to the chimney may drain even hot liquid water to the sink. He also claims that the steam speed in output from the device should be much higher (something between 67 and 137 mph) if all the water were vaporized.Could you please reply to this point?
Answer: The tests we made have been made by University Professors whose specific preparation is several orders of magnitude superior to the preparation of the blogger you referred to, and they are perfectly able to distinguish between steam and hot water. As for the speed calculated in that blog, it is so ridiculous a calculation, that puts in evidence the lack of basic knowledge of this imbecile.