Here’s a question and answer from the Journal of Nuclear Physics today regarding the Ecat SKLep.
April 18, 2022 at 8:37 AM
Dear Dr Andrea Rossi,
Based on the experiments you are making, which is the best and easiest use of the Ecat SKLep that you envision ?
All the best,
April 18, 2022 at 8:58 AM
The best use is beyond any doubt batteries charging.
This response from Andrea Rossi brings up a question of why battery charging would be ‘beyond any doubt’ the best use of the SKLep. If you have a source of electricity that can charge batteries, why would it better than operating electronic devices directly? Does this answer indicate that there is something unusual about the electricity generated by the SKLep that would make it most suitable for battery charging? At one time, Rossi had stated that the SKLep could power resistive loads but not inductive loads, but he seemed to indicate that that problem had been resolved. I hope we can get more information on this issue.
UPDATE: I asked a question about this today:
April 18, 2022 at 10:22 AM
Can you say why charging batteries is by far the best use of the Ecat SKLep? If the SKLep can charge a battery, could it not just as easily run any electrical device?
April 18, 2022 at 10:55 AM
The battery is also a capacitance, which grants a stabilization of the supply. It is not the sole load that works, but the question was which is the best kind of load.