Andrea Rossi has confirmed that today is day 175 of the current run of the E-Cat Plant, which would put it at the halfway point in the test that Rossi has said is scheduled to run for 350 days.
Today I asked: “How does the 1 MW plant perform at the moment? Am I right that today is day 175 of its run (based on your comment of July 7th, when you said it had run for 136 days so far)?”
August 14th, 2015 at 9:59 AM
Now it’s 11 a.m. of August 14t .
The 1MW E-Cat is working well, even if we have to make corrections now and again. About the time elapsing you are right.
It’s unclear what the corrections are, but Rossi has said they have had to repair one of the 250 kW units at least twice now. Some have suggested that a six-month run should be sufficient time to know how the plant performs, but according to Rossi, a longer testing period is warranted with a product such as this. Rossi responded to one enquiry about this by saying “we agreed upon the fact that one year is the minimum indispensable to be sure to collect consolidated data.”
Happy E-Cat hump day! I hope it’s all downhill from here on out.