There has been some discussion on the Journal of Nuclear Physics about attendance at the upcoming E-Cat SKL presentation in Stockholm.
Andrea Rossi has stated that as yet, no date has been decided on. My guess is that they will wait until the testing of the third party (scheduled to start in January) is completed before they set a date for the presentation, although Rossi has said it will be in February at the lated.
Today he did say how it might be possible get an invitation to the event:
“When we will have a date we will communicate it. At that point the invitation requests will have to be emailed to
It’s not clear what size of an audience will be permitted, but I think there were at least 100 persons in attendance at the last Stockholm presentation, so maybe something similar.
One other aspect that I think might be important about this presentation is who might present, in addition to Rossi himself. I asked about this today on the JONP:
December 11, 2019 at 6:55 AM
At the upcoming Stockholm presentation, apart from yourself, will we hear from anyone who is from your technical/business team?
December 11, 2019 at 9:47 AM
This could mean that we will get information about who he has been partnering with in the development of the E-Cat, and that could be very significant news.