Rossi on How the Vacuum can Generate Energy

Here is a simple question that I think many people might be have been wondering about, if the E-Cat SKL really is able to produced kilowatts of energy from a seemingly impossible or unknown source.

January 28, 2021 at 8:58 AM
Dr Rossi: how is that vacuum can generate energy ?

Andrea Rossi
January 29, 2021 at 3:58 AM
The idea that Vacuum is structured and that can be exploited to localize energy extracted from the environment needs a definition of this structure and its relation with energy and matter.
The first step starts recognizing the electromagnetic potentials as the “Vacuum structure” and consequently as the fundamental entities of the physical reality.
The second one requires an encoding of their relations with both the energy density and the energy flux in the space-time continuum.
See par. 4 on
Warm Regards,

Rossi’s response here is a direct quotation from section four of the paper cited above. I have tried to find other key parts of this section to get to the heart of what Rossi is proposing. Here are some more quotes from that section of the paper:

Experimental data suggest that intense impulsive current with a radial/cylindrical symmetry and a critical rise time creates a Scalar field that generate radial forces that, confining
the charges, create the conditions for the formation of the coherent aggregates discussed in
the previous sections. This radial charge displacement can be generated by an appropriate
electrode geometry [4, 21, 13] or by the pinch effect generated by short and intense current
impulses [45]. . Eq. 30 describe an energy-mass change, the sign of which depends from the
sign of the product eS. This process is a consequence of a Vacuum polarization caused by
the presence of the Scalar field S. This implies the possibility of a long range interaction
that consists in a mass-energy transfer from positive charged particles to negative ones or


To evaluate the power generated in a device as the E-Cat-QX, assuming that the thermal
energy is generated by the electron transition from a coherent to an incoherent state and
assuming an electron distance in the coherent state that is equal to the electron Compton
wavelength (λe ≈ 2.43 · 10−12m), we get a power output in the order of several tens of watts:

This is all very dense to me, and difficult to process given my lack of background in physics, but the core of what Rossi seems to be saying is that he believes that the vacuum is very fabric of space, and that it is made up of electromagnetic potential which can yield energy in the form of a field if it is stimulated in a certain way. Rossi seem to always come back to the role of electrons in this process. Earlier this week he wrote:

“I do not think there are nuclear reactions. I think the work is made by the electrons along what I wrote on”