I have asked Andrea Rossi some questions this week on the Journal of Nuclear Physics about how the work on the E-Cat SKL plant that he and his team are building, and which he has stated will be presented in a public demonstration this year.
He has answered that the plant is operating ‘very well’, and when I asked how close its performance was to being acceptable, he replied, “I think we are very close.”
This sounded like good news to me, so I followed up with another question today:
January 8, 2021 at 10:41 AM
Your comments about the SKL plant sound encouraging. What remains to be done in order for it to be ready?
January 8, 2021 at 12:49 PM
I am using it. When I will feel ready to make the presentation, I will make it. Need more experience.
All these responses lead me to believe that the plant has been built, and that it is operating in an acceptable way, which I think is very good news, and I believe bodes well for the public presentation.
Rossi has stated that they are working towards a specific deadline, and that even though it has not been made public, they have a date in mind for the presentation, all being well.