Those of us interested in the eCat (and many who passionately follow the subject) are puzzled by its lack of media attention. One way or another, this is likely to change in the near future. The latest addition to the small crop of mainstream documentary makers giving it space comes from Holland With thanks to Peswiki for the lead).
This is the first in a series of guest posts written by Paul Bennett, PhD Student in Economics at George Mason University in Fairfax County, Virginia.
The second part of ecatreport’s interview is posted and once more we get some interesting highlights: The Hyperion can have up to 5 eCats in it (4-5KW each) giving a conservative product range of about 4-20KW
Posted in galleryApril 29, 2011
A closeup shot of an eCat reactor chamber. As you can clearly see, the reactor is very small indeed. Taken 29th April, 2011.