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LENR-to-Market Weekly — April 12, 2012
April 11th, 2012 at 9:14 AM
Dear Andrea Rossi,
This is such a quiet time, I hope there is much going on behind the scenes that you cannot tell us. I wonder if there is any new information you can give to satisfy curious minds, and to repay those you mention have given you helpful information via your blog?
Any indication from UL as to certification of the home e-cat?
Any dates you can commit to that invited parties will see a working plant – who can then report back via the Internet?
Any pictures or video of a home e-cat working or connected to a home central heating system? The picture does not have to show inner workings or give any indication as to where it is located.
Any pictures or video of the 1MW system that we have not seen?
What about some pictures from earlier versions of the e-cat – perhaps early experiments from a few years ago?
We are all eager for any information you have no matter how big or small especially information which shows progression from the October test.
April 11th, 2012 at 1:00 PM
Dear Mark Saker:
You are right: very much is going on behind the scenes, because in this matter is best first do things, then talk of them.
We will give due information of all the facts we will have made, while during the making of them we prefer to work in silence, to work better.
The 1 MW plant is for military purpose, it cannot be seen, but when we will have (soon) a plant in operation that will be visitable, People like you, who have helped us, will be invited to visit it.
Very important things are in the making, but, again, I prefer making before talking.
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April 2nd, 2012 at 11:56 AM
Re: Small town power plants
Mr Rossi: “Authorization problems” Why not give the problem to a young MBA and tell him to solve the regulatory/authorization problems?
April 2nd, 2012 at 4:30 PM
Dear Bernie Koppenhofer:
Probably you have not the slightest idea of the complexity of the Authorization to run a power plant.
We already have dealt with this issue, it is very complex. Not impossible, but very complex. Such an Authorization costs millions, sometimes tens of millions, and to put it in jeopardize to make a modification is a risk that nobody, reasonably, wants.
April 2nd, 2012 at 2:30 AM
Mr. Rossi: Wouldn’t towns like those described in this article be good prospective customers. These towns could have a large lobbying effect to change regulations for these small plants. It would be a great show case for your E-Cats.
April 2nd, 2012 at 5:31 AM
Dear Bernie Koppenhofer:
Thank you, very interesting, but there is a tremendous authorization problem, as I said recetly.
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