Right before the launching of the 1MW plant on October 28th, Rossi reveals more details about his discovery.
The 1MW plant is going to be directed by a software. Its role is to control the start-up of the cold fusion device, to maintain the self-sustained operation and to make adjustments based on a feedback from the E-Cat when needed. The adjustments are supposed to be exceptional cases, necessary only when an unusual operation is performed, such as testing. Otherwise, regular operations are automatic.
As for the feedback structure, Rossi did not give a specific answer, but directed the readers to their report.
The structure of the cold fusion device has been tested during the last year and promises high levels of safety and control. Even if many are worried about the danger posed by such a powerful device, the Italian engineer was constantly concerned with safety of the users and first of all, his own. This is why he hired Professor Focardi in the first place, to keep himself safe from the potential radiations.
Concerns over the 1MW power plant not being tested until the customer wants to have been diminished as Rossi confirmed that the cold fusion devices have been tested separately and as a system, as well as the safety method and each individual module. Safety of use is a priority for the Italian engineer.
Regarding the layout of the system, Rossi confirmed that the water supply for the cold fusion plant will be provided from the generated steam, that will not be released in the atmosphere, but condensed using dissipaters and recycled inside the power plant. All speculations of the steam output pipe being too weak and small have been infirmed, reassuring the public that the safety of the operations is a prime concern for him.