Statements made by Alexandros Xanthoulis, who was Defkalion’s spokesperson at the conference;
- Defkalion have signed contracts with “three of the largest companies in the world”. The name of these will be disclosed in a later stage.
- Andrea Rossi has now reached 30kW of continues power from a single E-Cat and the Defkalion production line is closing in on the same achivement.
- Defkalion will meet with Greek authorities between 10-15 July in order to get a EU certification for the product.
- Great infrastructure as well as closeness to ports and airports were the main reasons why to put manufacturing in Xanthi
- Larco mining and metallurgical company are chosen as preferred partner to deliver Nickel to the E-cat.
Defkalion is very active on their new forum with this posted hours after the press conference in regards to previous and upcoming tests:
A big number of in house lab prototype e-cat tests have been succesfully concluded by Defkalion GT during the previous months. As far as we know, there are no any more third party testing or demos scheduled on lab prototype e-cats (similar to Kullander or other) till November.
At the moment there are no other third party testing on Hyperion Products other than the ones in progress by the Greek Authorities.
Results of these official tests on performance, stability, functionality and safety will be released following the issuing of the final Certificates by the Greek Authorities
Any other scheduled before end of October third-party-tests on Hyperion products and their results (including data, protocols etc) will be announced and published through DGT official site .
This shows how far Defkalion GT has come in the product developement. No less than six series of the Hyperion module (A-F) has been developed and depending on residental, industrial, agricultural or high energy consumption use, can be mounted in series or in parallell together.
Recent quotes about Andrea Rossi´s Energy Catalyzer:
Brian Josephson, Nobel Prize laureate in 1973 and professor at University of Cambridge:
“It’s funny that people aren’t interested, but it has its historical precedents. One thing that was pretty similar was when the Wright brothers — they got their first flying machine and people had seen it, and you’d have thought this would be of tremendous interest, but very little was published. The publisher of the local journal [the Dayton Daily News] said, when he was asked about it later, “Frankly, we didn’t believe it.” And then there’s a typical account with scepticism was a newspaper which said “The Wrights have flown or they have not flown. They possess a machine or they do not possess one. They are in fact either fliers or liars. It is difficult to fly. It’s easy to say, ‘We have flown’”. So this shows … the sceptical mind at work, dismissing something in that way. So, in the case of the Rossi reactor, people are saying “it is easy to overlook something”. But the question is, what has been overlooked. It is such a simple measurement that it is not clear what could have been overlooked [by people who have looked carefully at the device]“
NASA Chief Scientist Dennis M. Bushnell on the topic of E-cat:
“completely changing geo-economics, geo-politics, and solving climate and energy”