Andrea Rossi Honors Sven Kullander With Plaque on 1 MW E-Cat Plant

Today I received the following message and image from Andrea Rossi:

“Dear Frank:
I send you the photo of the plate we applied to the 1 MW plant to day,: one year ago prof. Sven Kullander passed away. I would be glad if you publish it in your important blog.
Warmest Regards,


It would have been nice to see the plaque mounted in its place of honor on the plant itself, but I don’t think we’ll see a picture of the plant until the testing has been completed and IH and the customer are satisfied with the performance.

Anyway, if the plant is a success, Sven Kullander will have secured a place in E-Cat history with this plaque. His early support of Rossi and his technology (along with his colleague and compatriot Hanno Essen) was important in giving credibility to Andrea Rossi’s claims.

  • GreenWin

    The only controversy to the arXiv report is from a couple angry profs at Uppsala University. It has led to direct investment in LENR from a half dozen nations and dozens of commercial corporations.

  • GreenWin

    Al, you’re barking up an old tree. With India’s Academies of Sciences clearly endorsing Rossi and LENR technology, outdated ad hom attacks become infantile.

  • Bernie777

    Right, sorry.

  • Ged

    Again, your opinion and style, and I fully disagree with all of it and your analysis, without reserve.

  • Ged

    And I point out the disagreement that real world examples show similar style commemorating subjects of far greater gravity. Not that your view is invalid at all, but I simply do not hold your view, or the idea that cold hearted, overly pedantic is remotely as virtuous as a personal style of sincerity. I find this more meaningful than the cookie-cutter, stuffier designs.

    We are just two different style, so I guess we must diverge in approach here, as such is the way of the wide world. Not a big issue in the slightest.