2012- a defining year for E-Cat and LENR (Cold Fusion)

Posted on December 31, 2012

Looking back over the year, it is amazing how far the scientific community has come in just 12 months.

At the beginning of 2012, Rossi and Leonardo Corp were ready for sales while so many in the media and scientific community were skeptical. But slowly during the year this changed and the groundswell turned into support. This was further defined at the first E-Cat conference in Zurich (September) where about 300 people representing licensees, potential customers, media, and representatives from the scientific community gathered to hear Rossi and his plans for the future, and to see the published report of the E-Cat.

After Boeing and NASA had previously created analyses of their needs and how LENR systems could provide real solutions, it was also uncovered that Mitsubishi and Toyota were also successfully “playing” with LENR and it’s transmutational aspects.

Further afield, many scientific endeavours also began more intense scrutiny of the underlying concepts and found validity in the claims of Rossi.

Near the close of the year, Leonardo Corp also made a major partner in the US for production of the E-Cat. This is expected to speed up the adoption of the technology into Industry there.

So it has been an exciting year.

Looking forward to 2013, we expect to see a number of installations of the 1MW E-Cat across the globe in industrial applications. The release of the HotCat is keenly anticipated and we expect to see electric current producing solutions. We also expect the first few sales in India and Pakistan in 2013.