With the increasing number of energy problems, many inventors are seriously dedicated to come up with a technology that could hopefully solve the world’s energy crisis. A new generation of inventors seems to make this device a reality in the near future. They are Andrea Rossi, the Italian inventor of E-cat Motor that hopes to produce safe, cheap and clean source of energy without environmental pollution; and Harry Schoell, inventor of Cyclone Engine that utilizes a regenerative process in order to generate power from superheated steam. It is reported recently that Rossi’s Low Energy Nuclear Reaction technology is compatible with Schoell’s next generation steam engine.
The company behind the e-cat motor is Leonardo Corporation. Cyclone Engine, on the other hand, is produced by Cyclone Power Technologies of Pompano Beach, Florida. Leonardo stated that they are planning to produce one million home-based e-cat units within this year. Government certification to sell these devices in the marketplace remains a big issue until now. Moreover, Rossi is still waiting for his US and EU e-cat patents. He only has an Italian patent for his e-cat currently. Cyclone Energy Technologies has US patent and is also issuing stocks and already working with venture capitalists.
On his blog Journal of Nuclear Physics, Rossi posted that e-cat motor is now ready for home heating purposes but is not yet capable of generating electricity. A version of Cyclone Engine, Waste Heat Engine, uses recycle heat from other sources to create steam to make power. It could use waste heat energy from Rossi’s LENR-powered technology. The best thing about Cyclone Engine is can also burn fuel oil, propane and other fuels. It could therefore also provide the electricity an e-cat needs to operate. This is indeed an ideal combination of technology that should be taken seriously by the two inventors or companies.