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An insider reveals new info about the E-Cat

We’ve been hearing a lot of the the E-Cat and LENR recently. If you’re not familiar with these technologies you need to be. They could be heating our homes and generating electricity in the near future. Now, an engineer from … Continue reading

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Head of Swedish R&D Institute Elforsk Issues Strong Statement on “Astounding” E-Cat Test Results

The CEO of the Swedish energy R&D institute Elforsk issued a statement yesterday on the implications of the successful long-term E-Cat test.  He says  “we may see the fundamental transformation of our energy system” due to the simplification and decentralization … Continue reading

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Third Party E-Cat Report: It’s Positive

[Update: this is not a “leaked” report as stated here yesterday but the FINAL version posted online before it’s publication in the Journal of Nuclear Physics.] A year-long 3rd party report on the “E-Cat” energy catalyzer technology has been posted on … Continue reading

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Italian version of CNBC covers Rossi’s Energy Catalyzer

httpv://youtu.be/CldnRBfbwqs This is simply amazing, to see something as new and controversial as the E-Cat fusion technology presented in such a matter of fact way, clearly and methodically, by Renato Estri of Artech on this CNBC affiliate. Looks like low-energy … Continue reading

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Is This the Energy Breakthrough of the Century?

This Italian blog reports delivery of an “”E-Cat” low energy fusion device, created by inventor Andrea Rossi, scheduled for the end of April. We’re all waiting to see if this is for real in terms of it’s unique energy process. … Continue reading

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