Some Changes With the E-Cat NGU

From recent comments by Andrea Rossi on the Journal of Nuclear Physics it sounds like some changes have been made in the development of the newest version of the E-Cat, which is the E-Cat NGU.

The main difference seems to be that the E-Cat NGU at the moment is being developed as a base 100 W unit, whereas previous versions, as I understand it, were based on multiple units of 10 W.

Rossi has posted a recent photo of a 3 kW unit on the Leonardo Corporation website, and has stated on the JONP that this is comprised of multiple 100 W units. It also appears that they are working to increase the power density of the E-Cat NGU.

Here are some recent Q&As about the changes:

Steven Nicholes Karels
March 22, 2024 at 10:26 AM
Dear Andrea Rossi,

Congratulations on the development of a single 100W NGU modules. A few questions:

1. Does the 3kW unit consist entirely of 100W NGU units plus ancillary circuitry?
2. Can we anticipate the size and volume of a 100W unit to decrease over the previous specifications (i.e., from 7cm x 7cm x 9cm)?
3. Are you planning to demonstrate the 100W NGU unit (not including the EV demonstration)?

Andrea Rossi
March 22, 2024 at 10:57 AM
Steven Nicholes Karels:
1. yes
2. yes
3. yes,
Warm Regards,

March 22, 2024 at 5:24 AM
Dear Andrea,
thanks for the previous answer; Has the ratio between output power and volume remained the same or has it increased? If yes, by 10?
Regards, Giuseppe

Andrea Rossi
March 22, 2024 at 10:58 AM
So far is the same, but it will be higher,
Warm Regards,

I did ask whether the 10 W units were going to be discontinued. Rossi replied: “I meant that the basic module for major power will be the 100 W. The 10 W, as described in our data sheet, will be available too.”