Tom and Doug interview Andrea Rossi on E-Cat’s Future

Tom and Doug, the pair that brought you “I Believe in the E-Cat“, has followed up with another fabulous audio selection, this time an hour-long interview with Andrea A. Rossi, the inventor of the Energy Catalyzer conducted on 11/11/11.

The E-Cat is the first commercial product based on condensed matter nuclear science, the science that describes the many types of cold fusion reactions, and is now on the market for industrial and agency use.

Tom and Doug have devoted a page on their website to the E-Cat where you can download the .mp3.

In the interview Andrea Rossi talks about the E-Cat product and the inspirations for it, the plethora of websites that have sprung up in support of it, and the backlash this simple, clean energy technology has inspired.

No big news will emerge over the next few months, as the day-to-day work on the 1MW E-Cat units will consume the bulk of attention, says Mr. Rossi, though he does make a jam date to play the drums with the two songwriters as he likes to relax with a little jazz skins.

Jam on for Cold Fusion Now!

Related Links

Tom and Doug “I Believe in the E-Cat” by Ruby Carat October 7, 2011

First Commercial Cold Fusion Steam Generator For Sale by Ruby Carat November 4, 2011

6 Replies to “Tom and Doug interview Andrea Rossi on E-Cat’s Future”

  1. I certainly believe in the e-cat and have ordered a residential unit on their website (I hope to be the first residential owner in New Zealand). However, I do have a question. Can someone estimate the percentage of the world’s nickel production it would take to replace all the fossil burning and nuclear energy plants with e-cats. How many years of nickel reserves exist on the planet to provide this energy?

    1. Hi Mike, I computed over 16,000 years of nickel at the current oil-energy equivalence. Of course that doesn’t generate the electricity, just the energy we get from oil today.

      Nickel is all over our solar system though. We will be able to mine the Moon, the asteroids and other moons.

      Plus, other metals will work as well, like platinum and zirconium. Perhaps there will be others designed as well.

      There’s really no alternative energy that comes close to providing this kind of clean, green, long-lasting power.


  2. Sorry, just read the information on the top right of the screen about nickel needed to power the planet. I think you’ve answered my question very well.

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