There continues to be a series of Q&As on the Journal of Nuclear Physics about the E-Cat SK Leonardo, and
One question was about the number of E-Cat SKLs that have been built:
November 29, 2019 at 7:43 AM
Dear Mr Rossi
I have just two questions :
1. How many working E-Cat SKL have you built ?
2. Are they still working since last Saturday ?
Some more questions from Gerard McEk:
November 28, 2019 at 4:42 PM
Some remarks an questions, if I may:
1. Heat verses electricity is indeed very useful, but can also the output power of the ECat Leonardo be modulated? I know that you van put them in series and in parallel, but it would also be flexible if the Ecat output power can be modulated to some extend.
2. Will the verification test in January also include safety tests? If that is done it might be put on the market more easily, perhaps.
3. Can the single module of the Leonardo be built to any power, do you think?
4. A 20 kWe/h unit might be the right size for many applications (domestic, cars and building bock for larger applications). I would recommend that size. Is that feasible?
I wish you many success with the further tests and the preparation for the verification test.
Thanks and kind regards, Gerard
In addition, yesterday I asked him about the group that Rossi has stated will be doing the testing of the E-Cat SKL in January. Ross has stated that it will be an ‘verifying entity’ that is known throughout the world. I asked him if this entity was “known for providing independent evaluation of products?”, and his answer was “Yes.”