There is no stopping Low Energy Nuclear Reactions to make its own as a science. Works done by Italian inventor Andrea Rossi and others in the fields of LENR and cold fusion have been receiving serious attention from universities and governments, as well as scientific organizations. While Rossi has been working with the domestic e-cat which will is due for market release next year, talks about the future of LENR powered automobiles have been taking centerstage over the web. According to Rossi, LENR powered cars will take more time. There are of course others working on this possibility. Currently, safety certifications of home-based e-cats are underway. It could be possible that automotive engineers are working for access to one of the LENR technologies in the hope to develop a vehicle that uses the power of e-cat fusor.
There has been so much speculation that e-cat power vehicles can either aid or replace small internal combustion engines. There is no wonder that LENR is gaining more respect and engineering work on small, waste-heat engines continues. It is interesting to note that this could be done more quickly than we would think. Meanwhile, LENR Cars website has recently emerged with the stated goal of “developing a zero emission car, self sustained in terms of energy for at least 40,000 km.” Entrepreneur and engineer Nicolas Chauvin headed the said project. Chauvin is based in Lausanne, Switzerland.
LENR Cars is still under construction but plans on the said project are already posted on the site. It is a very interesting project that should not be missed. The preference is to utilize Defkalion GT’s 45kW Hyperion reactor as the basis for the LENR powered cells, according to the website. Rossi believes that it will take decades before LENR powered cars become a reality. But LENR Cars site says nothing is impossible.