Friday, November 18, 2011

The officially sanctioned E-Cat website has surfaced

According to Andrea Rossi, the ECAT site has been authorized by Rossi himself to promote the devices and to take preorders on the 1 MW thermal plants. The home units will not be available until 2013.
Again, according to Rossi, the site had been created and maintained by one of Rossi’s partners that is the North European partners. The site is run by a British company Hydrofusion but run by four Swedish entrepreneurs – CEO Magnus Holm, Niclas Sandström who is operations manager in the UK, sales manager Peter La Terra and Stefan Helgesson who is a web strategist.
Magnus Holm has a D.Tech and Niclas Sandström a PhD in elementary particle physics at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg. See the Nyteknik article here.
The site appears well designed and gives credence to the narrative that’s been unfolding in the last several months.
Also in the news, an article on the website which states that globally recognized National Instruments has been signed on to manufacture the control electronics for the E-Cat.
According to the article, N.I. had been contacted by the article’s writer, Sterling Allan to verify this relationship. They had confirmed the fact Andrea Rossi is a customer of theirs but could not comment on any contractual agreement for manufacturing of the controllers. They seemingly acknowledged that there was “something” in the works, but cited that no further information could be made available to the public without the customer issuing a press release.
In recent days it appeared that the same Sterling Allan had attempted to create a website for the Andrea Rossi. There may have been some misunderstanding in the communications between Rossi and Allan as the site was initially accepted by Rossi and then was requested to be taken down.

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