I'm eagerly waiting for Home Depot to confirm this.
Of course, I'm still eagerly waiting for any customer to come forward, or for Rossi to allow any independent organization to test his gadget, or for Rossi to release any independent information about the isotopic analysis that was supposed to be available by Christmas, and so on.
Since Rossi has mentioned it publicly, presumably there is no reason for Home Depot not to also acknowledge it.
We'll see what, if anything, Home Depot has to say.
Not afraid to enter a specialty that kills careers, Mr. Rossi says, To work in this field you have to be absolutely non-reactive towards controversy.Here is an example of Rossi's non-reactivity:
The reason he had success, out of thousands of attempts, was because we did not lose our time in controversy. We just let everybody say what they wanted.
About the snakes: the time of the snakes is over. The start up of the 1 MW plant is the end of the mental masturbations of enviuos, wannabe theorists, lecturers of calorimetry and engineering. Now LENR goes to the market. The test will not be made by me, but by the Customers consultants. Time of chatters is over. Maybe the test will not be good, maybe: it will be the first time I will start up a plant of that dimension, but in this case the problem will be the Customer, not the bunch of imbeciles that instead of understanding that we actually made LENR a reality lose their time digging holes on the surface the water in the middle of the ocean to find the wine. And in the case this test will go not well, we will learn and remake another, and another, and another, but, be sure, we will arrive to the target. At any cost."