All along, Andrea Rossi has held that the market will determine the success of his LENR device, the E-Cat. With one power plant already working – somewhere in an undisclosed location – and another set to go online in the fall if this year, we are all awaiting the release of this technology to the general public.
Those who are hopeful that E-Cat technology will be widely used have expressed concern that the mainstream media has basically ignored the invention. In addition, there is no public funding for this research, and it is only recently being put forward as viable subject material for the universities.
Rossi is convinced that the market will respond and present all of the justification for his research that it necessary. That is all very nice, but many of us are more skeptical on the matter. The power of politics sometimes steamrolls the consumer, forcing products on them that they don’t care for and withdrawing others, or simply making them unavailable.
A recent example of this very thing is noted in Pure Energy Systems. Inventor Herbert Renner was recently interviewed about his invention that has greatly increased the efficiency of internal combustion engines. Renner has invented a 2/5” long rod only ¼ of an inch in diameter. This rod, when inserted into a gasoline tank, supposedly uses “zero field energy” to make the gasoline burn more efficiently. It has improved European cars to the point where the ones that use the rod use 20% less fuel, and in Africa, the cars use 45% less fuel. In addition, the technology has been used in the deserts of Utah and has reduced radiation emissions by 15%.
The invention passed Austria’s technical certification, and was marketed with the auto accessories industry for 3 years, with great results. It hit the market in 2007, and eliminated 100% of toxic fumes from gasoline, and 86% of toxic fumes from diesel. Did you ever hear about this in the news? Probably not, but it was easily available in Europe.
The device works by changing the composition of the gasoline or diesel being used, causing it to combust more effectively. Less fuel is used, therefore there are fewer emissions. The first car that used this device has been running since 2001. By March 2012, a BMW and a Mitsubishi bus were being tested. The BMW was certified by the TUV, as having 14 to 15% reduction of fuel consumption. The bus showed a 10-2% reduction.
Other agencies were in line to test the device, once it was approved by the Austrian TUV. However, they each backed out, saying they were asked to withdraw. The lobbyists and media have squelched the results of this device. Further testing was done by certification organizations without the presence of Renner, as he was no longer allowed to attend the testing. One would think it would be so they could skew the results. Why else would they not allow him to attend? Indeed, they have, on many occasions, failed to even inform him of the results. The resulting reports called the device a hoax, and it was pulled from the market – even though it had been in use, successfully, for 3 years!