It all started with a 1MW E-Cat motor. Andrea Rossi made a public demonstration of his first commercial ready 1MW E-Cat motor to his unidentified customer last October 28, 2011. The following month Andrea Rossi announced that he intend to make and sell 1MW plants to fund for further research and development of his E-Cat technology. The plan to produce and market 10kW E-Cat was tentatively scheduled in one to two years.
By mid-December of 2011, Andrea Rossi informed the public through his blog that he found new partners which opened new windows of opportunities. Instead of the tentative one to two years production schedule, the 10kW E-Cat Motor will be manufactured by Autumn of this year. And by winter of this year, consumers can expect to find home E-Cats in the market.
Today, we have the latest update from the Journal of Nuclear Physics. Andrea Rossi is considering the possibility of producing space heaters using the same E-Cat technology. It came as a suggestion from a reader named Christopher Calder. In his letter to Rossi, he said:
“Could you produce a simple E-Cat space heater that anyone could plug into a wall? Most current consumer electric space heaters are limited to 1,500 watts, which is claimed to be enough to heat 1,000 square feet (93 square meters). Such a device would allow even very low income apartment dwellers to immediately benefit from LENR technology. You could not possibly manufacture enough portable heaters keep up with worldwide demand. Competition is only a problem if you run out of customers. The E-Cat shortage will be the big problem making headlines.”
Andrea Rossi is positive about the suggestion. He replied: “Do you know? Yours is a very good idea. We will study it.” It is amazing how many possibilities can be derived from one E-Cat motor technology.