I asked a few questions today on the Journal of Nuclear Physics about the status of E-Cat SK orders and installations, following the product announcement in January:
March 27, 2019 at 11:41 AM
Regarding the orders you are receiving:
a) Are you already building the E-Cats that have been ordered?
b) Are you already installing the E-Cats that have been ordered?
c) Are new E-Cats already operating with new customers (not including the first customer you have already mentioned?)
d) From how many countries have orders been received so far?
Here are Andrea Rossi’s responses:
March 27, 2019 at 1:23 PM
At the January presentation, Rossi mentioned three countries that he thought would be the first to receive E-Cat deliveries: USA, Sweden and Japan. So there’s apparently now another country in the mix, maybe he will reveal that soon. Knowing Rossi, I doubt that he will name any of his first customers, he has said that it will be up to customers to make those announcements. How long that will take, is hard to know, but he did say recently that an industrial partner may reveal itself “sooner than expected”. He made this comment to Gerard McEk:
March 23, 2019 at 3:46 AM
Sorry, but, obviously, “sooner than expected” does not mean “tomorrow”. In this specific case, means that I hope it will be within months, and please rememberthat I did not say I am sure of this, I said that it is possible, not that it is certain.