eCat EXCLUSIVE: UK's DECC To "Maintain A Watch On This Sector" (LENR)

Friday, November 18, 2011

The UK Department Of Energy And Climate Change (DECC) Confirms It Is Monitoring The Situation With Andrea Rossi's eCat Cold Fusion Technology.

A few weeks ago Free Energy Truth made an enqiry to the UK Minister Chris Huhne - Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change to ask if his dept had heard of Andrea Rossi's eCat. DECC is the UK equivalent of the US Dept Of Energy (DoE).  We thought that the dept charged with looking after the UK's energy needs should be aware of this potentially revolutionary new clean energy technology. We received a very encouraging reply on behalf of DECC's (CSA) Chief Scientific Advisor - David MacKay FRS.




"DECC is aware of this alleged power source: the DECC CSA, David MacKay FRS, has read some of the literature and has met Sven Kulander, who has reviewed an experiment and whose report is on the Defkalion website. The CSA's judgment is that it is appropriate for DECC to maintain a watch on this sector, with the key trigger for further action being the publication of the work in a reputable peer-refereed journal, including full details so that academic scientists can replicate the results."

Yours sincerely,  

Sandra Bembridge
DECC Correspondence Unit

ENDS

So to summarise, the UK equivalent of the US Dept of Energy is now keeping an active interest on developments in the new field of LENR (Low Energy Nuclear Reactions). This is a major step forward for acceptance of these new clean energy technologies that could change our entire way of life. It proves that people in the mainstream are slowly coming round to the idea that we already have working, clean, cheap, energy solutions. LENR (Cold Fusion) could soon move rapidly from fringe concept to the world's number one clean, cheap energy solution.


David J MacKay

David John Cameron MacKay, FRS, (born April 22, 1967) is the professor of natural philosophy in the department of Physics at the University of Cambridge[5] and chief scientific adviser to the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC).[6] Before being appointed to the DECC, MacKay was most well known as author of the book Sustainable Energy — Without the Hot Air. 


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5 comments:

dobermanmacleod November 18, 2011 at 9:12 PM  

"...the key trigger for further action being the publication of the work in a reputable peer-refereed journal..."

The same old chicken-egg catch 22 problem. God forbid that they pull their bureaucratic heads out of the academic and abstract, and just examined a working device. Perhaps they've never experienced being shouted down by angry "peers" when a "against the laws of physics" work was presented.

Anonymous,  November 19, 2011 at 1:06 AM  

I would be cautious about your optimism for this. As a former political bureaucrat, I suggest Mr. MacKay is communicating that while he is aware of the invention he has no interest in seeing it advanced. This is because he has stipulated what I am certain he knows are two near-impossibilities in order to pique his interest. Those two things are: 1) Publication in a "respected" journal and 2) For Rossi this would necessitate a patent which will likely not be forthcoming. Neither of these things are likelihoods and Mr. MacKay is well aware of it.

His response was more likely a polite, political "brush off".

Brian Josephson November 21, 2011 at 8:24 PM  

Mackay (unlike some of his predecessors whom one might name) is very open-minded, but in view of the large number of claims relating to energy generation he feels he needs clearer evidence that the E-cat is for real before devoting serious attention to it. He has however indicated that if under the circumstances peer-reviewed publication of a test, in a form making possible replication by others, is not appropriate, endorsement of the claims on the basis of use of the E-cat by a buyer would suffice instead. With the present secretive buyer this will not happen, but there is hope for the future.

Becker,  November 24, 2011 at 8:27 PM  

They are damn right with their statement. There is no proof yet but rossi's word(his tests also only count torwards "his word" since noone was allowed to completely verify the tests while they were running). In other words while it might be real, it might be as well a hoax. Any government going more forward then this risks being made fun off after a possible scam has been revealed.

Don't forget its not difficult to replicate it(the technology is not that complicated), and get it into a peer reviewed journal, if it indeed can be replicated. There are only 2 reasons why this may never happen:
1. Rossis greed prevents him from telling all the facts (secret catalyst etc) (did you hear about the last study of global warming, where scientists said that in 5 years the point of no return will be reached where we can not stop global warming - meaning that this mans greed would be responsible for the world going down, assuming that he can not get the ecat validated in the worlds eyes AND make enough of them to stop global warming before the 5 years are over), which is as sad as
2. It's a scam, and noone will be able to replicate it.

pit November 27, 2011 at 1:07 AM  

This work has been researched and replicated for years prior to this.
This does not violate any of the laws of physics, however we need to reevaluate the current standard model of the atom.
This is a lattice assisted nuclear reaction that has been seen by many universities and labs. Like Los Alamos and Langley, to name a few. be advised that this will upset the current geopolitical power structure.



Hunt for the Higgs boson at the large hadron collider has been going on for a very long time. With no evidence of a Higgs boson? is this an absurd waste of money? a wild goose chase?

Einstein's final question "what is an electron?"

Most Likely the true nature of matter will be discovered by some janitor or patent clerk. haha.

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