In preparation to the upcoming production and sales of Andrea Rossi’s e-cat motor, Leonardo Corporation has been busy working on the commercial licensing policy of their technology. In fact, Rossi revealed that practically all of the world’s territories have already been licensed exceptRussia andJapan. The Italian inventor admitted thatRussia andJapan are two of the most important territories however they still have not yet found the right license in the said territories.
In his JONP Web site recently, Rossi provided contact information to those organizations that want to send license request to sell the first commercially successful LENR technology e-cat motor. Here’s a faithful reproduction of what Rossi said:
“We give exclusive commercial licenses for limited territories. When the interested persons ask to us a commercial license to sell the E-Cats we make an offer. The price of the license depends on many factors, regarding the Territory. If the interested persons agree upon the text that we propose, we send a text of an agreement, which is obviously covered by NDA. The uncorrect persons do not respect the NDA and our attorneys take care of them. After the interested persons sign the agreement, we send an invoice, and the agreement is deemed valid only after the payment of the license fee is done within the term agreed. If the payment is not done, the agreement expires and that invoice for which the payment has not been made is compensated in the accounting by a credit memo.
When a Customer asks to buy a product of Leonardo Corp, he is addressed to the proper licensee.”
It must be noted that Leonardo Corporation plans to produce one million e-cat motor units of 10 KW for home use within this year. It is therefore essential for Rossi and his team to focus on important matters in order to be successful with their objective.