Skip to comments.Industrial Heat Has Acquired Andrea Rossi's E-Cat Technology
Posted on 01/24/2014 3:20:15 PM PST by Kevmo
Industrial Heat Has Acquired Andrea Rossi's E-Cat Technology
RESEARCH TRIANGLE, N.C., Jan. 24, 2014
-Company focused on making the technology widely available-
RESEARCH TRIANGLE, N.C., Jan. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Industrial Heat, LLC announced today that it has acquired the rights to Andrea Rossi's Italian low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) technology, the Energy Catalyzer (E-Cat). A primary goal of the company is to make the technology widely available, because of its potential impact on air pollution and carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels and biomass.
"The world needs a new, clean and efficient energy source. Such a technology would raise the standard of living in developing countries and reduce the environmental impact of producing energy," said JT Vaughn speaking on behalf of Industrial Heat (IH).
Mr. Vaughn confirmed IH acquired the intellectual property and licensing rights to Rossi's LENR device after an independent committee of European scientists conducted two multi-day tests at Rossi's facilities in Italy.
The published report by the European committee concluded, "Even by the most conservative assumptions as to the errors in the measurements, the result is still one order of magnitude greater than conventional energy sources" [referring to energy output per unit of mass]. The report is available online at http://arxiv.org/abs/1305.3913. In addition, performance validation tests were conducted in the presence of IH personnel and certified by an independent expert.
Since acquiring Rossi's technology, IH has engaged in a broad-based effort to protect it by preparing numerous patent applications related to the core technology as well as associated designs and uses.
Tom Darden, who co-founded Cherokee Investment Partners, a series of private equity funds specializing in cleaning up pollution, is a founding investor in Industrial Heat. He is one of a small group of like-minded investors who are supporting this technology because it could significantly address a number of social and environmental challenges. They have committed to make it broadly available because of its potential for impact. IH is considering partnerships with industry participants, universities and NGO's to ensure the technology is developed in a thoughtful and responsible manner.
JT Vaughn manages Industrial Heat. He is the founder of Cherokee McDonough Challenge, an accelerator for environmental startups, and a leader in the startup community in the Research Triangle.
Companies or organizations interested in partnering with Industrial Heat should reach out to JT Vaughn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CONTACT: JT Vaughn, email@example.com, 919-649-5299
SOURCE Industrial Heat, LLC
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The questions are:
What does Industrial Heat know that many folks here don’t, and how long have they known?
I suppose this doesn’t prove a thing. At this point it’s a big disagreement with the doubters. They may have the last laugh, but this round goes to Rossi.
What does Industrial Heat know that many folks here dont, and how long have they known?
***It would appear that they tested the technology similar to how those 7 independent scientists did, and then reached for their checkbooks.
I suppose this doesnt prove a thing. At this point its a big disagreement with the doubters. They may have the last laugh, but this round goes to Rossi.
***True enough. A couple of years ago, Rossi said that he had to sell his house in order to continue self-funding Leonardo Corp. Now he’s buying real estate in Florida, and claiming that he’s no longer the CEO, just the CTO. He’s got money in his pocket.
Well, it certainly proves that Rossi has the American investors he said he did.
It will be "very interesting" to see how the skeptics spin this one.
Does an eCat use a virtual litter box?
The only thing I care about is getting one of these devices.
No longer do I want to heat my house with propane or wood. Burning something to create heat may look comforting, but cleaning out the ash is a b!tch.
One day, I’m certain, one can stroll into BEDS BATHS AND LINENS and pick up a Rossi generator.
OK - so I can dream!
What does your post mean? Some red british car...
If so, the sand would be nuclear ash.
So perhaps someone can fill me in on something as I’m a tad confused. What is the form of the out put of heat? Steam? warm water? What?
Its an International Harvester Travelall and I have no idea what it means.
The eCat outputs heat. It would be up to the customer to convert that heat to steam, warm water, electricity, or whatever they want.
I think of it as a resistor. In this case, a negative resistor. Electrical Power IN, Heat Out. It just outputs more power out than power in, no different than a tube filled with gasoline. But the energy density of this tube is 10,000X more than gasoline.
Sure does doesn’t he.
Did you see this coming?
More likely Home Depot. And it will probably have been built in either Korea or China or both. Note that Industrial Heat just recently held talks with some fairly high-level Chinese government officials.
Ok, just trying to follow along here (physics is not my forte). If it outputs heat, is the heat “usable” heat? Is the heat 500 deg F or 180 deg F for example. I can do a lot more with 500 deg than I can with 180 deg. Has there been a speculated or published BTU or watt for the output?
Did you see this coming?
***Nope. I figured Cherokee would keep silent.
” It just outputs more power out than power in, no different than a tube filled with gasoline. But the energy density of this tube is 10,000X more than gasoline.”
They you go again proclaiming something not a proven fact. This is just another “Rossi sold it! It works!” claim. Been a bunch of others, too, that turned out to be bs as well.
The Koreans have recently licensed LENR technology from Brillouin.