We do not know a lot about the company who purchased the plant, or the "controller" or "consultant" that ran the test on their behalf. The name of the consultant who ran the test (making all the decisions about how it would be conducted) is Colonel Engineer Domenico Fioravanti. Rossi has stated he is, "an engineer of NATO ( a Colonel) who has 30 years of experience in thermopower plants and thermodynamical systems." Those individuals who witnessed the test and talked with him (for example Mats Lewan of NyTeknik), claimed he seemed absolutely professional, and definitely acted like a credible, professional engineer.
Colonel Engineer Domenico Fioravanti controlled all aspects of the test on behalf of the customer purchasing the plant. He made all the decisions about where thermocouples should be placed, how the flow of water should be measured (he purchased and utilized his own flow meters), and all other aspects of the test. By having total control of the test and being an experienced engineer, he was in a great position to determine the credibility of the results.
What we do know about the company is that they are NOT the "big name" American company that was so widely talked about several weeks ago. Rossi's relationship with that potential company faded (at least enough for the sale to not go through), and this new company/organization (or perhaps military entity) stepped up to the plate. Rossi has stated in an email that, "THE CUSTOMER HAS BOUGHT THE E-CAT AS A MOBILE HEATER FOR REMOTE CAMPS." This seems to indicate to me that the organization may be related to the military. Also, Rossi's remark that it is the kind of company that does *everything* in secret, seems to add credence to that possibility.
The most important result of the test is that the outcome satisfied Colonel Engineer Domenico Fioravanti, who then decided to go ahea, and sign off on the purchase of the plant. This means the sale of the world's first large scale cold fusion plant (perhaps the first sale of any sized cold fusion system) has been made. For this reason, the test of October 28, 2011 will be remembered as a historic event, as the day cold fusion entered the commercial marketplace.
A New Cold Fusion Era
The E-Cat Era has begun, due to the successful test and sale of the one megawatt plant. Already, Rossi has declared he has found a customer for the second one megawatt plant that will be ready in three months. This customer is said to be located in the USA, and will not be as secretive as the first customer.
Rossi will be traveling back to the USA in the near future to setup manufacturing of additional units. He expects to be able to produce between 30 and 100, one megawatt plants the first year. At first the price will be $2,000 per kilowatt of capacity, but with mass production and economy of scale kicking in, the price will eventually go down to as low as $100 per kilowatt installed.
I would suggest that any company that is interested in purchasing a plant contact Rossi as soon as possible. It seems the line at the checkout register is forming. What will be interesting is to see how long the mainstream media and mainstream scientific community will be able to ignore the growing number of satisfied customers.
They need to accept the truth -- cold fusion is here, and its name is the E-Cat!
Ik vind het niet echt KF met nikkel dat omgezet wordt in koper. www.lme.com/nickel_graphs.asp Ook niet echt sustainable voor iemand zonder veel geld als ik het zo lees en gezien het verbruik van nikkel niet sustainable om mee te beginnen. Weet natuurlijk niet hoeveel nikkel etc. Leek me ook wel wat voor kwekerijen.
Vandaag sprak ik iemand die me wees op iemand die dit wat Rossi nu doet al in de jaren '70 gedaan zou hebben. Ook uit Italië kwam deze man en hij zou volgens de gene die het me vertelde ook directeur zijn geweest van CERN of de voorganger van CERN...
De an verdween echter ineens helemaal uit beeld nadat hij een nieuw project startte dat ook weer leek op dat wat Rossi nu doet...
Het een en ander begint Rossi de keel uit te hangen:
An imbecile is going around sending “confidential” letters saying that our plant tested on the 28th did not have safety valves. Of course everybody with a minimum of knowledge of the matter knows that it is not possible not to put safety valves in a steam generator , but let me confirm the obvious: the plant has 104 safety valves, one per every vessel, regulated to open at 3 bars. The imbecile who is expanding this and other falsities is not a puppett, he is a puppetteer. Before or later I will publish the story of our relationship with this guy, as well as tapes in which he and his fellows have been videotaped while trying to steal samples of powder in my factory during a visit, as well as a draft of a contract which was a fraud. Desperate of the fact that we started the manufacturing of our 1 MW plants the puppetteers are scratching the bottom of their bullshit barrells, and teaming up with other gangs of thieves too.
Brandon also noted the US Navy’s interest in cold fusion and noted that a man identified as Paul Swanson of the US Navy’s Space and Naval Warfare Systems unit was present at Rossi’s October 28 test. Brandon apparently contacted Swanson who refused to comment.