Leonardo Corporation Issues Press Release Announcing Termination of Industrial Heat License

The following press release has been posted on Leonardo Corporation’s ecat.com website here: http://ecat.com/news/pressrelease-industrial-heat-loses-license-for-rossis-e-cat


Leonardo Corporation announced today, June 2, 2016, that it has terminated the license granted to Industrial Heat, LLC. for the Energy Catalyzer (“E-Cat”) technology. Effective immediately, Leonardo Corporation has the sole and exclusive right to the E- Cat intellectual property in all territories previously licensed to Industrial Heat, LLC. According to Leonardo Corporation, the decision to terminate Industrial Heat, LLC.’s license follows Industrial Heat, LLC.’s failure to pay the agreed upon licensing fee.

The license previously granted to Industrial Heat, LLC gave the company the exclusive rights to use the E-Cat intellectual property in the geographic territories of North America, Central America, South America, the Caribbean, China, Russia, Saudi Arabia and the Arabian Emirates.

In an effort to avoid any delay in making the E-Cat units commercially available in the above territories, Leonardo Corporation will be working diligently with its strategic partners to develop a new manufacturing and distribution strategy for those territories. For those customers located in these territories, all future inquiries regarding the E-Cat should be directed to Leonardo Corporation directly through its website.

As a result of its terminating Industrial Heat, LLC’s license, Leonardo Corporation has also demanded that Industrial Heat, LLC immediately assign all patents and patent applications based upon the E-Cat intellectual property to Leonardo Corporation, or abandon these applications in all jurisdictions.

Additional information is available at www.ecat.com.

Contact: Leonardo’s attorney John Annesser, Esq. [email protected]
SOURCE: Leonardo Corporation

Andrea Rossi made this comment on the Journal of Nuclear Physics:

Andrea Rossi
June 2, 2016 at 4:30 PM
Thank you for this important link with the press release issued today from my attorney John Annesser, Esq.
We made this move to make clear a thing about which there has been a lot of confusion, because IH continues to make patent applications with my technology, using without my authorization my name as the inventor and the name of Industrial Heat as the assegnee. It must be clear and sound that Leonardo Corporation has terminated the license granted to Industrial Heat LLC in all the following Territories:
North America, Central America, South America, the Caribbean, China, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and the Emirates.
This press release of our Attorney is clear and straight to the point.
Warm Regards,

  • Engineer48

    Weaver wrote:
    Alan – The Gotcha Games ended at 5 zulu. IH has stopped research on Rossi’s NiH line – it didn’t work after years of trying. If a promising NiH track is created by an IH researcher or becomes available thru others for characterization, verification and replication then we have the money, the labs, the engineers and would be all ears as long as there is no scamasaurus past. We’re done with those.

    Of course IH has stopped research on Rossi’s NIH line.

    Rossi terminated their licence and they can no longer legally use his IP nor can they legally sell LENR reactors that use Rossi’s NIH technology.

    Of course IH will try to discredit Rossi’s NIH technology as Weaver is talking up the Brillouin LENR technoligy that IH invested in.

    • Allan Shura

      The best test is a functioning unit in service or even a working display. The results speak for themselves. Few grasp electricity but all of us use or depend upon it.
      The IP is cloaked in secrecy, legal positioning and on and on. I learned that deep pockets can
      utilize this approach, but the scale has to be massive in the industrial top down path to have an effect on the world market. The grassroots bottom up can be effective in co-operation with many small rather than few large.