Andrea Rossi has posted on the Journal of Nuclear Physics recently about an upcoming test that is scheduled to take place in June with someone he refers to as a ‘very important’ customer. Here are his posts on the topic and some follow up questions that I have posted on the JONP.
UPDATE#1 (April 28th, 2016)
There have been some more details provided by Andrea Rossi about the test and the customer (not named) in response to some questions. Gerard McEk posted these questions which I have attached Rossi’s responses to:
April 23, 2016 at 7:02 AM
I am working with the “QuarkX” right now.
The preliminar R&D will be comleted by June, if she geos on as she did so far. I am positive about what I saw until now. We are designing a very small module to obtain any power just assembling and the design is robot-oriented.
In June there will be an extremely important meeting with due persons with a closed doors official test. The certification process has already been agreed upon and this time I think the certification, also thanks to the data obtained from the 1 year test, will be not as difficult as in the past. I hope.
The sun is rising.
FA: You wrote: “In June there will be an extremely important meeting with due persons with a closed doors official test.”
1. Is this going to be an extended test over days?
2. Will it be in connection with a) product sales, or b) certification?
April 23, 2016 at 1:52 PM
2- both (F8)
April 27, 2016 at 7:01 AM
Very well, very well.
In June we will have a very important test with a very important Customer. We are increasing the worktime to be ready for that with a mature QuarkX.
FA: You mention you have a test with a ‘very important customer’ in June. Is this the same, or different, customer that has already ordered the three E-Cat plants you have already announced?
April 27, 2016 at 11:07 AM
Is a new one.
So despite the legal proceedings it sounds like Andrea Rossi is moving ahead with his plans for commercialization. My guess is that these new tests and customers will be in Europe since the license for the US is under dispute in the court case.