A response from Andrea Rossi to a question on the Journal of Nuclear Physics gives a more precise idea of when to expect the demonstration of the E-Cat SKLep NGU. On Leonardo Corporation’s website one of the FAQ responses stats that they expected a demonstration to be sometime in the first half of 2024.
Today there is this Q&A on the JONP:
December 7, 2023 at 11:18 PM
Also. When is this technology going to become mainstream? I am really curious. People are still talking about solar, wind, geothermal, hydro, hot fusion as the possible solutions . When is E-CAT technology going to be included in that list?
December 8, 2023 at 11:04 AM
We are close to resolve the problems emerged in October: within this month we will restart the live streaming and within the first quarter of 2024 we will make the next presentation of the Ecat SKLep NGU. The pre-order policy is continuing, to reach the target allowing the start of the industrial production.
Rossi states here they are close to resolving the problems they had reported, which suggests that they are still working on the solution, so maybe the projected timeline could still change. We have seen that happen before with the E-Cat. We pretty much know what to expect with the livestream, Rossi has stated that it will not be different than what they previously did (showing a lamp operating 24/7), but it’s still not clear on what next year’s demonstration will consist of.