Mats Lewan Covers Conclusion of the 1 MW Plant Test

Today on his An Impossible Invention blog, Swedish author and journalist Mats Lewan has written a post about the conclusion of Andrea Rossi’s 1MW E-Cat Plant, which was announced today.

Mats’ full post can be read here:

It seems that Mats knows people with some familiarity with the test as he writes:

“The report from the one-year trial, which has been controlled by a major independent third party certification institute, will be released only in about a month, and until then no official information is provided on the test result. However, multiple sources have told me that the test has been successful…

“I have also been told that the total amount of fuel—mostly harmless elements such as litium, hydrogen and nickel, according to Andrea Rossi’s granted patent on the technology—was in the range of tenths of grams. And supposedly the charge has never been changed during the year.

That might be as much information as we will get until some official report gets released. Andrea Rossi says that he cannot comment on the results of the test until the Expert Responsible for Validation (ERV) delivers a report to him. According to Mats above, the ERV is a “major independent third party certification institute”, and if that turns out to be the case, there should be quite a lot of new interest from people who have heretofore either ignored or dismissed Rossi’s work, since there have been very few influential people or organizations who have taken it seriously.

If the results are “clearly positive” then Mats’ New Energy World Symposium will go ahead in Sweden this June, and if it does, I hope that Andrea Rossi will be one of the speakers there.