Financial Simulation of E-Cat in a Domestic Grid System

The following post has been submitted by E-Cat World Reader EC.

In my ECW post “The Concept of SKLep versus Solar” on Dec 2nd 2021, I suggested using the solar panel concept as a simple way to explain the possible use of SKLep modules.

Now, 12 months later I am glad to find this analogy also officially supported on and recent information at also guides potential E-Cat customers in this direction. So my original analogy still generally holds it seems.

The SKLep electricity unit could be seen as a “vacuum panel” collecting vacuum energy (Zero Point Energy)
from our universe instead of light energy (photons) from our sun.

Similarities with solar systems:
– clean and renewable technology
– each production unit (“panel”) generates some hundreds of watt
– unlimited units can be combined to achieve required kW power level
– generated DC voltage is converted to mains voltage by inverters
– practically no need of scheduled maintenance

Advantages compared to solar systems:
– SKLep generates electricity constantly 24/7
– no panels on the roof
– significantly lower installation cost
– significantly lower manufacturing cost/”panel”
– cheap EV night-charging
– substantial income from grid export of unused power

From my point of view, the new commercial message now describing E-Cat: “24/7 unlimited sustainable electricity from nature” summarizes the whole concept quite well.

While the same principally could also be said about solar the essential difference is obviously that for solar the figure of 24 has to be dynamically heavy adjusted due the geographical position AND actual weather conditions at the site of production.

On December 2nd I also indicated my plan to publish a spreadsheet allowing simulations of different conditions using E-Cat for making domestic electricity. Then came a time with dramatic events and I decided to put my calculations on hold.

When I recently started again to review my spreadsheet I felt that allowing potential customers to analyze their own obvious financial benefits of adding SKLep units in a domestic grid power system.
Depending the size of your original investment not only can you produce your own sustainable electricity but become a small but important part of the global E-Cat Sustainable Electricity Production Community that I hope will get a kick-start in 2023.

With this post I now release my unprotected draft spreadsheet as Open Source, free for anybody to download and use for their own preference.

The spreadsheet is accessible as a Google spreadsheet here:

Or it can be downloaded using this link:

The default data in the grid part is typical 2022 data from my own house heated by a geothermal heat pump.
After download I suggest you make your own backup copy and the carefully observe the minimal instruction in the Simulation Input area to the right.

Please note that no cells are protected as the whole idea is that YOU decide yourself how you like to use this draft.

Now you can all make your own simulations and share your experiences.
Good Luck!