After the tests he conducted in October of last year, the customer announced that he was pleased with the results. Rossi then tweaked some of the functions on the 1 MW power plant – all housed in a shipping container – and the unit went online last month. This is the first working model of LENR technology ever sold. And, there is another one in production. In fact, Rossi has orders for 12 more of the power plants.
Rossi is also busy preparing his 5kW units for home heating. These will be released next year, as soon as UL certification is complete. At this point, the home unit appears to be smaller than a dormitory refrigerator, and less expensive.
Apparently, the larger the device, the more heat can be produced. More heat means more steam, and more steam means more electricity. It seems kind of funny that, in spite of all the advances of science, steam power is still the golden fleece of electricity production. A much valued item.