Thanks to Gerard McEk for submitting the following question to the the Journal of Nuclear Physics.
October 25, 2020 at 3:51 PM
Can you tell us how testing is progressing:
1. Is the end in sight?
2. Based on the tests until now: Do you believe that the general outcome of these tests is positive?
3. Is covid 19 hindering progress at this moment?
4. Have you already planned to build a combined prototype in a product with a Partner?
Please, stay healthy, kind regards, Gerard.
Andrea Rossi’s responses:
October 26, 2020 at 6:08 AM
3- surely it does not help
From what Rossi has stated, there seem to have been various kinds of testing with the E-Cat SKL going on lately, and he has continued to maintain that things have been going well. I don’t know quite what to make of his affirmative response to the question ‘is the end in sight’?
Perhaps he is referring to the certification testing, which I think most people following the E-Cat story are awaiting with much anticipation. I think a third party verifying Rossi’s claims about the performance of the SKL is what is required for people to start taking the technology much more seriously.