I found this comment on the Journal of Nuclear Physics interesting:
December 26, 2019 at 7:39 PM
Mr. Rossi, would it be possible to use electricity-producing E-Cat as mobile charger for currently available on the market electric cars?
Would it be easy to create sufficiently powerful E-Cat generator that could fit into Tesla/Nissan Leaf/whatever trunk? This could mean end of the electric car range anxiety and offer possibility to charge car battery from the e-cat everywhere, and no new cars would be needed but something that exists on the market already (to design a new car many years are needed).
Andrea Rossi responded:
December 27, 2019 at 3:09 AM
Yes, that is an important lead of R&D on course.
This idea would mean that the E-Cat SKL could be incorporated into existing EV technology. If it could be made to work well, batteries would be charged continuously, eliminating the need for charging stations long charge times, and avoid putting extra strain on the grid as more people transition to EVs.
Still, it would probably be only a stop-gap measure if the SKL really is the real deal, as one would expect before too long, electric motors driven directly by E-Cats would be developed and the need for heavy and expensive batteries would be eliminated.