Following all the discussion about how the Ecat needs a grid connection rather than a battery source, a reader on the Journal of Nuclear Physics posted a question about whether battery storage within a grid could be used:
September 26, 2022 at 12:11 PM
Dear Mr. Rossi,
I wonder if such battery storages in the grid make a difference for the function of the ecat skl?
In the future there will be more and more of them.
September 26, 2022 at 4:02 PM
Battery storages in the grid systems do not affect the function of the Ecat,
From this response from Andrea Rossi, it appears that it is not batteries in and of themselves that are problematic for powering the Ecat. If the batteries can provide a power source equivalent to a grid connection, it sounds like the ecat should operate normally. AR wrote in response to another question today:
“All we need is just a regular 110 or 220/230 V outlet.”