I asked Andrea Rossi a question on the Journal of Nuclear Physics yesterday about the current activities of himself and his team.
December 6, 2020 at 10:24 PM
What is taking most of you and your team’s time and attention in these days?
December 7, 2020 at 3:28 AM
The construction of the industrial plant to be presented within the next year in operation.
I think this response gives us an idea of what to expect when Rossi makes the presentation he has promised for next year. Rossi has a tendency to want to go big when it comes to the E-Cat. In 2011 the first E-Cat he made for the public presentation was a 1 MW thermal plant, and when he did the year-long test in Doral, Florida it was also a 1 MW plant.
If he wanted to demonstrate a working E-Cat to the world, I don’t think it would need to be a big industrial model, but maybe he feels it would be more effective to show something that could immediately be useful to industrial customers, to kickstart the commercialization.