After my previous post regarding Andrea Rossi doing Skype testing, some readers had pointed out that Andrea Rossi mentioned “clients”, rather than a single client. I thought that was an important point, so yesterday I decided to follow up on the Journal of Nuclear Physics with another question on the subject.
April 27, 2020 at 7:21 AM
Are you currently doing the online/skype testing you describe with just one company, or are you doing it with multiple companies?
April 27, 2020 at 1:39 PM
I am doing the test via Skype with companies of America, Europe, Asia and Africa.
This response was quite surprising to me because I had assumed that the testing was with one party only. That there are apparently multiple companies involved makes the situation quite interesting, and probably quite efficient for Rossi if he is trying to generate interest in his E-Cat. By doing it all online, he probably feels his IP is quite secure (he says the E-Cats are with him), and he can do the same kinds of experiments with different companies from his lab which saves him the time and expense that would be involved in travel.
There will have to come a point, however, where customers will want and need to have hands-on experience with the E-Cat. No company is going to make a business decision on a product like this unless they have absolute knowledge that it is working as claimed, even if Skype tests seem convincing.
UPDATE (April 29th, 2020)
I followed up with another question about who Rossi was conducting testing with:
April 28, 2020 at 9:08 PM
1. Are the companies on multiple continents who are witnessing your Skype testing prospective customers, or prospective investors?
2. Are these companies working together, or are they each dealing with you separately?
April 29, 2020 at 2:43 AM