More Q&A’s About the E-Cat SKL

Many questions have been posted on the Journal of Nuclear Physics about the E-Cat SKL since Andrea Rossi announced he would be presenting it at the November 25 presentation in Sweden. I have selected some of them here, trying to avoid duplication.

August 7, 2021 at 11:33 AM
Dear Dr. Rossi,

Congratulations! This really is FANTASTIC!!! It’s worth waiting so long while now it can produce resistive and inductive load! A masterpiece that you probably didn’t expect yourself ten years ago! A blessing for humanity!

1. Will the SKL produce enough electricity for a moderate home?

AR: the modules will be assemblable to fill any necessity of power

2. Will it also need a time to start-up? Less than a minute?

AR: seconds

3. Can it run idle without any load?

AR: yes

4. Does it still need the net for excess electricity?

AR: depends on the situations

5. Is the electric output modifiable and flexible on demand?

AR: yes

6. When can we place pre-orders?

AR: premature, probably I will be ready to give this information during the presentation

Once again congratulations, great job!


Italo R.
August 7, 2021 at 12:33 PM
Dear Dr. Rossi,
I have ordered 20 ECat SKLed flashlights and am wondering if they will be self-powered (like ECAT SKL).
It would be wonderful to have “eternal” torches that shed light without requiring external power.

AR: The Ecat SKL will be able to fuel also the Ecat SKLed

Gerard McEk
August 8, 2021 at 3:47 AM

Can the SKLed be made such that it will be self sustaining and if so would you be prepared to make them self sustaining?

AR: No

August 7, 2021 at 10:29 AM
Dear Andrea,

You missed this one, so I repost:

Some people interpreted your answer to one of my questions in a different way than I did.
From your answers it is clear that an eCat can power a chain of other eCats.

1. But can one eCat start itself such that runs in self sustained mode?

AR: no, the start must be done by an external source

2. Will you demonstrate this in November?

AR: yes

August 7, 2021 at 8:04 PM
Dear Andrea,

Congratulations on your latest progress.

Regarding the “AI” terminology that you use, does this mean that the SKL comes with a specialised AI microchip processor inside it?

AR: yes, also.

Calle H
August 7, 2021 at 2:46 AM
Dear Dr. Rossi,
In your reply to Walt C you indicate there is a charge to be replaced in the SKL. As there is no charge to be replaced in the SKLed is it correct that the SKL and the “power” unit in the SKLed is not the same technology?

AR: Correct