For E-Cat Powered EVs, Batteries are Still Needed

Here’s an interesting Q&A from the Journal of Nuclear Physics yesterday.

Iggy Dalrymple
August 20, 2023 at 5:29 PM
Dear Dr Rossi,
Can the E-Cat SKLep SSM power an EV drive motor DIRECTLY without need for battery to buffer the E-Cat’s output?

Best Regards,

Andrea Rossi
August 21, 2023 at 6:06 AM
Iggy Dalrymple:
Warm Regards,

Some people have suggested that it should be simpler for Andrea Rossi to bypass the EV’s battery and directly power the vehicle’s motor with an E-Cat. But apparently it is not so simple.

I think this may tie back to comments that Rossi has made in the past about how that the E-Cat produces direct current that for some reason has difficulty powering an inductive load (such as an electric motor) directly.

Also, electric vehicles in production today are designed to operate from battery power. It would make sense for Rossi and team to design an E-Cat power solution that integrates with vehicles that are currently on the market, rather than starting from scratch.