Australian Entrepreneur to Give $200k to Charity if Rossi’s E-Cat Proven

Dick Smith, an Australian entrepreneur and member of the Australian Skeptics group has promised to give $200,000 to the Byron New Energy Charitable Trust if he can be convinced that the E-Cat is a valid technology. Andrea Rossi is to appear via Skype to discuss his technology at a community meeting in Mullumbimby, New South Wales, Australia at the Ex-Services Club tonight (January 13th)

Smith has tasked Ian Bryce, an aerospace engineer to assess Rossi’s technology on his behalf, and if both are satisfied, the funds will be donated to the charity.

More information can be found at this article in today’s Sydney Morning Herald.

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