Once again, a simple statement by Andrea Rossi on his blog site, Journal of Nuclear Physics, has stirred the imagination.
Rossi agreed with a frequent poster and contributor on his site, Iggy Dalrymple, who suggested that marketing for the E-Cat take place for small industrial units such as:
- Remote cell towers
- Radar sites
- Forward military observation posts
- Irrigation pumps
- Irrigation sprinklers
Rossi’s response to these suggestions was, “Yes these are possible marketing declinations.” This means that the applications of smaller E-Cats will certainly be broader than simply providing heat. Perhaps the 1MW plants will work in these applications. There are other situations in which an affordable, eco-friendly power source could fuel:
- Station pumps in sewage treatment plants
- Power for oil well pumps
- Electricity for street lights, sparing municipal expenses
- Electrical power for school buildings
- Lighting and power for subways, trams, and Els
These, of course, are in addition to the major players in the energy consumption field, such as individual homes, corporate complexes, industrial sites, and governmental buildings.
Rossi has stated, recently, that he trusts the certification process for his E-Cats. He has long held that there is not a vast conspiracy to keep his product from the market. He also stated, even as recently as July 4th, that he is manufacturing the industrial, 1MW power plants. All of this is good news.
Now, everyone is looking forward to the certifications and if customers of the industrial E-Cat would just give open their doors to the public, the world will have an opportunity to see the the plants in motion.