Rossi Planning Demo with E-Cats Charging an Electric Car Battery

Andrea Rossi answered a question today on the Journal of Nuclear Physics that he was planning for a new demonstration of the E-Cat SKLep in which it would be used to charge the battery of an electric car.

I asked for more information about what he was planning for, and he responded with the following comment:

Andrea Rossi
April 12, 2023 at 1:33 PM
Frank Acland:
We are working on it: the plan is to install an Ecat SSM assembly in a position to recharge permanently the existing batteries. Eventually, go to run around some race-track, to keep record of the endurance.
So far this is a dream, not a demo, but we are working on it.
Warm Regards,

This is the kind of demonstration that a lot of people have been hoping for, because having an EV driving for an extended period of time without stopping for a recharge would show that the E-Cats worked as advertised.  The car would obviously have to run long enough to rule out some hidden energy source such as a battery or hidden fuel tank, but I think it would be something that could be proven via a livestream in a matter of days, rather than weeks, months or years.

It’s something that seems to be still in the planning stages, so I don’t think we should be expect anything in the near future. I do think this kind of demonstration would be very effective in showing the practical capabilities of the E-Cat, and would be very timely, as there is a worldwide push these days to transition to EVs, as two enormous issues that need to be dealt with are having enough electrical capacity to power EVs, and having enough working charging stations. If you had an on-board E-Cat charging your car battery, those problems would become non-issues.