One thing puzzles me a bit. When he switches on the power supply, the light below the E-Cat lights up, the voltmeter shows 12 Volts and the wattmeter 0,7W. When he disconnects the E-Cat we have 0 Volts but still 0,7 Watt drawn from the grid by the power supply. Doesn't that mean that the power supply is just more or less idling all the time?
I am not sure whether the wattmeter was properly measuring the power consumption of the power supply at that time.
From the report, as I wrote earlier, the cos phi (aka power factor) was only 0.05-0.06. I would think that even low-quality 12V power supplies could do better along their entire operating range, but I acknowledge there might be other reasons for this that I am not aware of.