This is interesting. Taking into consideration Rossi previously said the customer would make a 20% profit over his existing energy bill, this tells me the Ecat SK works at 20% overunity. Right? If so, it appears we have something definitive from the man. Alas, but then then he follows up with that "Note:", which confuses the issue again...or at least it does to me.
January 13, 2019 at 2:35 PM
We will draw the electricity needed from the Ecats from the outlet of the Clients, since we cannot make contracts with the providers to sell us electricity in a place that is not ours or rented by us.
Our billing system will be very simple and clear: we and the Customer will put a wattmeter along the line that supplies electric energy to the control system, to read the Wh per month consumed by the whole Ecat System ( control panels plus Ecats ), so that we will have the worth of the electricity consumed by the Ecats; the bill will compute the price of the thermal Wh generated by the Ecats and the price of the electric Wh consumed by the same Ecats: the Customer will obviously pay the difference between the price of the thermal energy generated by the Ecats and the price of the electric energy consumed from the same Ecats.
Note: we will bill also the thermal energy recovered from the cooling system of the control panel: such energy is recovered with a COP close to 1.