New Energy Times reported that a National Instruments spokesperson stated that Leonardo Corporation is no longer a customer of NI. The latest news about the development of e-cat motor received wide attention so that Andrea Rossi had to answer a lot of inquiries concerning its validity. In his JONP blog, the Italian inventor made the following comments:
“I have received many comments with the same questions regarding National Instruments, so I answer to you and the answers are valid also for the other Readers who have put the same questions. We have worked very well with N.I., and we have learnt from them very much. We are very grateful to them for all what they have teached to us, training our technological people in a very useful way, for weeks.”
However, Rossi assured the e-cat customers that mass commercialization of e-cat motor will never be affected. He revealed that they have found a new supplier that will replace NI. He said that the device has been revolutionized and that preparation of the robotized line to produce the home-based e-cats of 10 KW is still in schedule. Here’s what Rossi said:
“The 1 MW plant is a magnificence, and the preparation of the robotized line to produce the E-Cats is in schedule to start the production within Autumn and the deliveries within the next Winter, with some luck; in the worst case, within 18 months we will deliver, and we will deliver at the prices we promised. The technology has been revolutionized, we are testing the new E-Cats and we are very satisfied. This very week we will start to use the new control system made by the new Supplier.”
Rossi also gave a straightforward comment to the e-cat motor snakes and clowns who have used this episode to discredit the technology and Rossi’s effort to reach his goal to produce one million units this year.