Here’s a short piece of information that comes from the Journal of Nuclear Physics. Andrea Rossi was asked by Giuliano Bettini
July 30, 2019 at 4:30 AM
If I can ask (and if someone hasn’t already asked)
in the last self sustaining mode experiments, did you see if the device spontaneously generates a magnetic field around itself? Or does it generate no magnetic field?
July 30, 2019 at 7:32 AM
Prof Giuliano Bettini:
It does generate a magnetic field.
Warm Regards and strong wishes for your health recovery,
Based on other comments Andrea has made recently, it seems that his focus now is on the infinite COP E-Cat producing heat, not electricity. Direct electrical production seems to be a lot more difficult than heat production, and presumably it is this magnetic field that he is trying to exploit to generate the electricity needed to charge the internal battery that he believes can provide all the power that is needed to allow the E-Cat to operate in permanent self-sustain mode.
He still has not claimed success for this infinite COP/permanent SSM configuration of the E-Cat, but he does say it is close, and he has said that he hopes to demonstrate it yet this year.