AmpEnergo claims the Western Hemisphere

While much vigorous discussion over the past week has focused on the plans of Defkalion Green Technologies S.A. to commercialize Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat technology, U.S.-based AmpEnergo Inc. quietly posted a new press release on their website on June 27. The press release is very brief and gives little new information, but it does clarify the geographical scope of AmpEnergo’s business activities: North, South, and Central America, and the Caribbean. There has been some confusion over whether AmpEnergo claimed licensing rights to all of the Americas, or just to the United States, as Defkalion’s literature appears to claim licensing rights to the whole world outside of the United States. According to the press release AmpEnergo is currently focused on setting up business and financial partnerships and negotiating license agreements. AmpEnergo is not currently offering stock to the general public.

Not much is known publicly about AmpEnergo’s plans for commercialization of the E-Cat technology in the Americas, the most in-depth information coming from NyTeknik’s May 16 interview with company vice president Craig Cassarino. For now the company will focus on developing a 1 MW device, to be available in late 2011 or early 2012. Unlike Defkalion it currently has no plans to develop a home heating unit.

AmpEnergo Inc. was incorporated on April 20, 2009 under the laws of the State of Ohio. It is based in Bedford, New Hampshire.

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