Defkalion Green Technologies Makes a Statement Regarding Termination of Business Relations With Andrea Rossi

Defkalion Green Technologies has sent the Swedish science magazine NyTeknik a statement regarding their current relationship with Andrea Rossi. It reads:

Statement from Defkalion Green Technologies, August 8, 2011.
The invention of Andrea Rossi received international doubt due to its ground-breaking
nature having the capacity to change the global energy sector. Tremendous efforts have
been made by Andrea Rossi to establish credibility for his invention as well as by Defkalion to
support him in this endeavor.

During the months since January 2011, both interested parties (Andrea Rossi through EFA
and Defkalion Green Technologies) have received very strong international pressure and to
many degrees business traps from banks, financial partners, etc. to cancel the project.
The business implications of this project on international energy interests are tremendous
and have created tensions establishing a business-as-unusual environment. Defkalion
maintains its capability to handle these pressures, and stands next to Andrea Rossi who is
apparently also facing similar challenges.

Defkalion believes in Andrea Rossi, his invention, and the ability to successfully bring to the
world this revolutionary invention where society will benefit from cheaper energy, and so
too the planet from cleaner energy.

Any project with such dire and earthmoving implications is bound to face difficulties – this
was expected and has been, to-date, faced bravely and carefully by Defkalion Green

We remain confident in the future, we remain confident in our long-standing partnership
with Andrea Rossi, and we remain committed to materialize the project – despite all the
existing and continuing pressures to discredit and eliminate the work done by Andrea Rossi
and Defkalion Green Technologies.

The statement is very conciliatory in nature and finds no fault Andrea Rossi for the difficulties they have faced. Rather, pressure from “International energy interests” are blamed for the difficulties that have apparently prevented Dekfalion from obtaining the finances required to carry out the project.

Rossi did say that the reason for the termination of the partnership were only financial, and it will be interesting to see if this attempt at reconciliation cause Rossi to reconsider his recent action.