Last week, Andrea Rossi met with Senator Bruce Tarr of Massachusetts. It can be recalled that a couple of weeks ago, Senator Bruce Tarr expressed his interest with E-Cat Motor as an alternative source of clean and green energy. He mentioned that he is willing to give time and money if the technology will be developed and manufactured in the State of Massachusetts.
Senator Bruce Tarr is the senate minority leader and a Republican who has been very active in pursuing alternative energy legislation. Senator Tarr said that he is very much aware of the skepticism of the scientific community about the E-Cat Motor. However, he is open to the idea that it could probably work. He told The Boston Globe, “My thought process was pretty simple. If it works, I want this technology to be developed and manufactured in Massachusetts.”
Without wasting time, Senator Tarr invited the inventor of E-Cat Motor, Andrea Rossi, for a meeting last week. The meeting was focused on discussing the logistics of building a manufacturing plant for the E-Cat Motor in Massachusetts. Also in attendance are representatives from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Northeastern University and the University of Massachusetts. Robert Tamarin, Dean of Science at University of Massachusetts, Lowell, said that “Knowing the reputation of cold fusion, I went in with a very healthy level of skepticism. If it is successful, no one will have to say later that we walked away from it.”
If everything will work out well for both Andrea Rossi and Senator Bruce Tarr, it looks like the E-Cat Motor will be manufactured in Massachusetts. If that happens, it will be very ironic for the US government especially for those at the US Department of Energy, who have been very skeptic about cold fusion.