Andrea Rossi Withdraws the Ecat SKLed Lamp; “Leonardo Corporation will proceed only with the Ecat SKLep.”

The following announcement has just been posted on the Journal of Nuclear Physics by Andrea Rossi.

Andrea Rossi
December 14, 2021 at 6:43 PM
After the presentation of December 9th 2021 we have received almost 100,000 orders for the Ecat SKLep ( electricity generator ), while most of the orders we had precedently for the Ecat SKLed ( lamp ) have been cancelled and turned into orders of the SKLep. While the orders for the SKLep are constantly increasing, the arrival of new orders for the SKLed is almost reduced to zero.
The market spoke clearly, and we must take advice of the fact that the numbers of the SKLed will never reach a quantity of units ordered that will allow a mass production, therefore the price of it would be unsustainable from the buyers. As a consequence of this fact the Ecat SKLed has been put out of our production program.
All the Readers that have still pending orders for the Ecat SKLed must consider it cancelled. If the decide to buy an Ecat SKLep instead, they will conderve their number in the list of priority for the deliveries.
Leonardo Corporation will proceed only with the Ecat SKLep.
We thank with all our heart the Readers that have ordered one or moreEcat SKLed, but we think that the Ecat SKLep can make much more that the SKLed and its price is extremely popular, so that eberybody can buy it, considering that it payback time is about 1 year.
Thank uou for your attention, a real privilege to us,
Warm Regards,
Dr Andrea Rossi, CEO of Leonardo Corporation

all the Skleds that have been pre-ordered are automatically cancelled. If you want to replace your SKLed order with a SKLep order, please place a new order at
If you have further questions about ordering, please contact: [email protected]
Warm Regards,
Dr Andrea Rossi, CEO of Leonardo Corporation

So that’s it for the SKLed Lamp. It made a brief appearance and then was withdrawn. There are about one hundred lamps in Andrea Rossi’s laboratory, which he informed me he himself had made by hand (you can see them on the shelves behind him during the presentation). Maybe they will stay there collecting dust, or maybe they will become collectors’ items of museum pieces someday.