The demonstration scheduled on October 28th, in Bologna that will consist in the launching of the 1 MW power plant built using the E-Cat technology, is expected to be the most conclusive test run on the cold fusion device until now.
Unlike the previous tests, the device that will be operated is not Andrea Rossi’s, but belongs to an undisclosed customer from the United States that will attend the display in Italy.
Rossi mentioned that the method to be used during the test of the cold fusion device and the amount of information that will be available to the public is yet to be decided by the customer, who has the right to decide over these subjects.
These affirmations spark interest over the identity of the customer and their openness when it comes to their new acquisition. Will the full potential of the device be displayed by them, or would they rather keep a reserved and silent attitude.
Until 28th of October, enthusiasts can only speculate over the identity and interests of the anonymous customer.
But considering that the www.e-cat.com URL redirects to the Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers website, we could consider this a clue to the identity of the customer.
Kleiner Perkis Caufield & Byers is a notable venture capital company with headquarters in Silicon Valley who has a history in investing in green energy companies and start-ups. The main innovations in the tech area have been supported by KPCB, like Google, AOL, Amazon.
However, a KPCB representative denied the collaboration with Rossi in a Facebook comment of a related inquiry. He mentioned that the company is not a partner or investor of the Rossi project, and directed the query to the portfolio available on their website.
All we can hope is that the customer will be ready to show the world the full capabilities of the cold fusion device.