The domestic E-Cat should be on the market in 2013, if all goes well with current certification processes. Andrea Rossi, the inventor of the E-Cat, was asked recently in an interview with Free Energy Systems, whether the domestic version will soon be adapted to produce electricity for homes.
Rossi returned to basics, at this point, and replied that they need to get the heating certification done, first. “Then,” he added, “we will design how to make electricity, which will also be complicated technologically.”
His following explanation of the need for a turbine, a condenser, and the use of very high temperatures, would make it very hard to install an E-Cat for electrical purposes in a house. Rossi did comment, however, that he can’t begin to imagine all of the applications for his technology, and the future will prove the technology. “The inventors of the laser” he said, “when they invented it, they absolutely could not imagine that the lasers would have been in the main telecommunication systems through the optic fibers. …I cannot imagine how many applications will be there (for the E-Cat).”
This reflects the comments of some of the posters on Rossi’s blog, Journal of Nuclear Physics. Some posters on the blog have encouraged Rossi to continue with his work perfecting the power systems of the different E-Cats, and to leave the conversion of this energy to other inventors and engineers. Indeed, we’ve already seen prototype steam engines and motors that could possibly power cars and trucks, and many of these are on the drawing boards of engineers all over the world at this moment.
Rossi is right…who knows what the future will bring.