Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat motor generated half a megawatt thermal power within the 5 and half hours or operation. This is the result of the test conducted by Rossi and his customer’s consultants last Friday, October 28. Domenico Fioravanti, the customer’s controller, issued a statement saying the E-Cat motor produced 2,635 kWh or 479 kilowatts. This amount is barely half of the promised capacity of the device. Andrea Rossi explained that the reason for this was because the customer emphasized their need to see the E-Cat run on self-sustained mode. He further pointed out that they had to reduce the power of E-Cat motor because it was getting too hot and difficult to control.
The measurement of the thermal power generated by E-Cat motor during the test did not deter the customer to approve the test. In fact, the plant will soon be transported to another location where more tests can be done in order to further develop the technology.
During the test, it was reported that Ny Teknik and other guests did not have the chance to verify the calculations. Granting the report was correct about the significant amount of energy released is hard to explain because nobody knows, except Rossi, what is going on inside the E-Cat motor. Ny Teknik readers and some experts are still waiting for an invitation to conduct independent testing. If we look back on the previous statement made by Andrea Rossi, it seems like he is too preoccupied to test the E-Cat motor according to the requirements of his customer.
In fact, after the test Andrea Rossi mentioned that the contract research at the University of Bologna can now be started. Negotiations for collaboration with the Uppsala University are also underway. Things are indeed getting exciting for Andrea Rossi and his E-Cat motor!