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  • stocks_boy stocks_boy Jan 11, 2012 4:10 PM Flag

    Imagine this.....

    Which would be more or less effective? A PowerBuoy (TM) with a SunCube (TM) as back-up, or vice-versa.

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    • Yes but to be really effective they will need an "ECAT" for backup.

      http://peakoil.com/forums/the-cold-fusion-thread-pt-4-merged-t63982.html

      User #460717 56 posts
      Aussie-Guy
      I'm new here, please be nice
      I'll be open with my intentions. I believe, from my research and private discussions, the Rossi E-Cat works, as does the Piantelli group device as does the Miley device, etc.

      The Leonardo group has told me they are ready to work with the customer and deliver plants designed to deliver the type of heat, at the desired temperature ranges, with various fluids and to the customer specs. No other LENR device supplier what I'm aware of is that far advanced. I expect this to rapidly change.

      With a Rossi E-Cat system working at 30% heat to Ac kWs efficiency, the energy generated cost is claimed to be USD$0.023 or almost what the carbon tax will impose on the coal plants. There is no renewable technology that can get close, especially as Rossi is claiming a PLF of at least 95%.

      There are real opportunities, in the wholesale Australian electricity market to generate a very good ROI, building LENR thermal plants that supply Ac kWhs to the grid. That is my interest and why I'm engaging in discussion on WP, which I consider to be composed of intelligent members with an interest in clean energy.

      Of course LENR with a 95% PLF, no pollution nor radiation and using abundant and very low cost (per kWh produced) Nickel and Hydrogen for fuel will upset the solar, wind, wave and tidal clean energy industry worldwide. That is to be expected. With Australia being the world largest Nickel producer, this is good news for the mining industry.

      User #460717 56 posts
      Aussie-Guy
      I'm new here, please be nice
      http://www.journal-of-nuclear-physics.com/?p=510&cpage=34#comment-126867

      November 21st, 2011 at 11:25 PM

      WE COLLECT FROM NOW THE NAMES OF ALL THE PERSONS OR ENITITES INTERESTED TO BUY AN E-CAT OF 10 KW. IF WE WILL REACH 10,000 NAMES IN THE LIST, THE PERSONS IN THE WAITING LIST WILL HAVE THE RIGHT TO CONFIRM OR NOT THEIR ORDER AT 400 EURO/THERMAL KW. DO NOT SEND MONEY, WE WILL ACCEPT THE ORDERS ONLY IF WE WILL REACH 10,000 NAMES IN THE WAITING LIST, COMBINING OUR LIST WITH THE WAITING LIST ORGANIZED BY OUR BROTHERS OF HYDROFUSION.

      WARM REGARDS,
      ANDREA ROSSI, LEONARDO CORP. (PRESIDENT)

      Just placed my order for 10 x 10 kW plants. Will install them, at no cost in my, by children and by friends homes. Rossi said in the radio interview that they had cleared the certification issues and they expected the 10 kW plants to be available in less than 12 months. With a price of $5,400 for a 10 kW thermal plant, this will really upset the market. That is $0.54 / Watt of heat. Assuming the 20 year life Rossi claimed in the interview, the simple LCOE is so small as to make the heat energy almost free at $0.003 / kWh. At 30% efficiency heat kW to Ac kW with 3 Ac kW output, the electricity price rises to $0.01 / kWh. Good bye grid. It all changes.

      Whoooo Hooooooo
      Way to go Greggy!

 
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