Cold Fusion: Defkalion Europe sheds light on the testing ICCF-18
Cold fusion. Does reactor R5 of Defkalion Europe work? The main rival of the 'E-cat by Andrea Rossi, the protagonist of a series of public tests in July , has recently been involved in several controversies, and many doubt that the equipment can really generate kilowatts of excess power. To resolve these concerns we contacted Franco Cappiello, CEO of Defkalion Europe.
The engineer, who made land technology in our country
, has pointed out several aspects about the tests and sent us an official statement about it. Tests have shown inconsistencies
in effect, but there has been no interruption of relations with Defkalion GT Global
. Nothing is fina
l yet, however, because other tests are planned, presumably, according Cappiello, around the first week of September
"I have made some measurements while streaming video ICCF-18 that have highlighted some inconsistencies measurement, further tests later confirmed these inconsistencies - the statement - In light of these inconsistencies have been suspended all trade negotiations and were put aware of all potential users of the technology of inconsistencies. "
Cappiello, therefore, speaks of inconsistencies
and to clarify the suspension of commercial negotiations with potential buyers
. But she points out that nothing is final and everything is back to the "GT
Global test that will in its laboratories under the supervision of Defkalion Europe". Defkalion Europe will also decide whether to make its findings public.
All suspended then? For now, yes. Undoubtedly this news dampens the minds of all those who hoped that the miracle energy
was just around the corner, but nothing is lost, at least for now.On the other hand a revolutionary technology must have a solid foundation of research and therefore nothing can be left to chance.
No breakage, however, with the parent, only a desire for clarification, which could, yes, result in an interruption of activity of Defkalion Europe, according to the contract purely commercial and scientific.
For now though we have to wait September.