Rossi: E-Cat Produces Approximately 3.5 kW per 0.11 Cubic Meters

Here’s a Q&A from the Journal of Nuclear Physics today that might give us an idea about the power density of the E-Cat SKLep.

Gian Luca
August 16, 2023 at 8:35 AM
Buon giorno Andrea.
We reason by absurdity.
Wanting to design a new home and wanting to prepare
a compartment to accommodate an E-cat, how much volume will we need?
(assuming a typical requirement for an Italian house of 3.5 kW)

Thanks a lot.

Andrea Rossi
August 16, 2023 at 9:03 AM
Gian Luca:
Moreless cm 50 x 40, height 60
Warm Regards,

So the capicity of the dimensions quoted by Andrea Rossi is 0.11 m³, so a rough calculation (by me – please correct me if I am wrong) would be that the power density of the E-Cat SKL would be about 30 kW per cubic meter.