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Rossi's 1MW unit test successful; How much is 1 MW?; Aviso HHO progress

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      Saturday, October 29, 2011

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        Sterling's Weekly Free Energy Review on SmartScarecrow Show: October 12, 2011 - Tracking the 1 MW E-Cat Test October 28, 2011 • How Much is 1 MW? • Cheap power: An overnight revolution -- Commentary • Analyses of Oct. 6 E-cat test • WITTS Water Powered Car Video Posted • CES' Duel Fuel System • Philippine DOE Report on Aviso's Overunity Electric Vehicle • Aviso Reports HHO Progress and Upcoming Conference (FreeEnergyNews)
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        Success for Andrea Rossi's E-Cat cold fusion system, but mysteries remain - Against all the odds, Andrea Rossi's E-Cat cold fusion power plant passed its biggest test yesterday, producing an average of 470 kilowatts for more than five hours. (A technical glitch prevented it from achieving a megawatt as originally planned). The demonstration was monitored closely by engineers from Rossi's mysterious US customer, which was evidently satisfied and paid up. (Wired.co.uk; October 29, 2011)

      Friday, October 28, 2011

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        1 MW E-Cat Cold Fusion Device Test Successful - On October 28, 2011, Andrea Rossi demonstrated his 1 megawatt E-Cat system to his first customer, who had engineers/scientists on hand to test/validate its performance. Due to a glitch, it provided 470 kW of continuous power for 5.5 hours during the self-sustained mode. (PESN; October 28, 2011)

       

      Thursday, October 27, 2011

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        How Much is One (1) Megawatt? - With the pending launch of Andrea Rossi's 1 MW cold fusion E-Cat on October 28, 2011; it would be good to get a feel for how much power 1 MW is, as seen from the vantage point of various energy types. (PESWiki; October 27, 2011)

       

      Wednesday, October 26, 2011

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        Tracking the One Megawatt E-Cat Test October 28, 2011 - We have a page dedicated to tracking the events and dialogue surrounding the test of Andrea Rossi's 1 MW cold fusion E-Cat device in Bologna, Italy. Sterling Allan will be present for the private test by the first customer's scientists who will be validating the device prior to purchase. Rossi will be releasing hourly reports on his blog. (PESWiki; October 20, 2011)

       

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