The Andrea Rossi cold fusion device factory is right now being built at an undisclosed location in the U.S. Until now, the Italian Inventor is being hounded by sceptics about the validity and functionality of the device. Speculations are made that some of the sceptics belong to competing Low Energy Nuclear Reaction companies. They are trying to provoke more E-Cat motor demonstrations and tests to be able to spy and get any kind of useful information they could use to their own advantage. The fact that other companies like DEFKALION, for example, are working towards developing and mass producing their own version of the Rossi cold fusion device should more than suffice as proof that it is working and has the potential to change the way we generate energy.
Looking on the practical aspect of things, organizing and setting up energy catalyzer demonstrations are costly and if done only for credibility purposes will guarantee any investment return. Several demonstrations on different continents have already been executed to cater to the media fellow scientists and potential big fish buyers. Many who attended the demonstrations and tests were interviewed. Their comments serve as testimonies for and consequently as proofs as well.
This all seems to be a matter of public image and adjustment to this new cold fusion device technology. No matter how many test results will be published, people might not have faith in it unless they see the Rossi cold fusion device stalked and sold at the Wal-Mart nearest to them. Often enough people lack information and tend to follow a flock. Ni+H reactions have already been produced by very prestigious institutions such as MIT, SRI and USAF. Why is it then that Rossi is badgered to prove that his E-Cat device works?