It seems that Andrea Rossi is increasing in confidence about the potential of the E-Cat X to be a viable mass-market product. This week he has talked about certain events taking place that he thinks will speed up
at 08.27 a.m. of Thursday Feb 11 2016:
1 MW E-Cat stable
E-Cat X operating and still very promising.
Surely we will work also in France. F9.
The E-Cat X is now developed in a new factory wherein Leonardo Corporation will dedicate its production.
We are already preparing the structure for a massive production, F9. I am working with a US engineer expert of the involved matter indirectly in contact with aerospace concerns. He is not involved in the 1MW issue. He is in the scientific commettee of Leonardo Corporation.
Rossi has said that he is working in the Miami, Florida area both with the 1MW plant and the separate location where the E-Cat X testing has been done. I’m not sure if this factory is the same location as where the initial E-Cat X work has been done but it’s a possibility. He also has said recently that there are separate teams working on the 1MW plant and E-Cat X now.
As far as the timing of getting the E-Cat into the marketplace, here is another Q&A that gives an indication of Rossi’s confidence in getting the E-Cat to market speedily:
Q: 49% chance that the E-Cat will be industrialized by 2016: is it too high a figure?
February 10, 2016 at 9:32 AM
No, it is not too high a figure.
We know that Rossi has very often been optimistic in his projections about the speed at which things happen, so I don’t think we can hang too much on what he says here, but it does sound like he’s going all out to reach his lifetime goal of being a revolutionary energy industrialist. I think we should consider that he is in the latter part of his working life (not that I think he’ll ever stop working), and he surely has the motivation to work as hard and fast as he can to realize his lifetime goals.