Recently, the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change through its correspondence unit, has expressed interest in the development of E-Cat Motor technology development. In their official statement, it mentioned that the department’s Chief Scientific Adviser, David MacKay, read some literature about the E-Cat Motor and has spoken to Sven Kulander – who made a review on one of the tests conducted by Andrea Rossi and published it in Defkalion website. David MacKay recommends that UK Department of Energy and Climate Change should continue to monitor the development of the technology and will take action as soon as the full details of the experiment will be published with full details in reputable scientific journals to encourage replication by academic scientists.
For those who followed the saga of E-Cat Motor knows that Andrea Rossi has issues about keeping the secrets of his device due to proprietary issues. However, the technological nature of the E-Cat makes it necessary to gain scientific approval before it can be widely commercialized. The end-users would want undisputed guarantee for its safety and efficiency.
Andrea Rossi acknowledged this need and contracted the University of Bologna – Department of Physics to conduct further studies in order to validate the results of Rossi’s prior experiments. It is safe to assume that confidentiality is a major clause in that contract.
The Director of the Physics Department at the University of Bologna, Capiluppi Paul, expressed his curiosity and eagerness to start the experiment. Capiluppi Paul, together with Giuseppe Levi and a team of scientists, will start the Rossi experiment in a few weeks. By the summer 2012, the world will see the first scientific and independent report on the E-Cat. Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat Motor is now at the crossroads. It will be interesting to know what road lies ahead
for this technology should the experiment takes a different turn.