I have to admit surprise. AR announces that sales will be Global from the get-go once they go live (hopefully Autumn this year) in the US. This will happen after they receive accreditation. Since any such system is not universal, it may simply be a pragmatic push to spread the tech through a global army of enthusiasts, entrepreneurs, educators and researchers rather than something intended to match the US effort at launch day.
If US accreditation is successful, the ensuing publicity will likely cause a stampede at the very time politicians in Nanny States become aware. Unless the safety certification process is also being mirrored in the EU and other major customer hubs, I can’t see many getting through the gates.
Perhaps his partner has a global presence and is helping but that may just be wishful thinking.
Given Rossi’s European roots, I hope he has this covered.
January 5th, 2012 at 9:17 AM
When will the E-cat Home be available in europe (Belgium)
Could it also be in Autumn 2012? Or will the first delivery in america.
The price setting is good news for my small purse.
January 5th, 2012 at 10:09 AM
When we will put for sale the 10 kW E-Cats ( presumably in Autumn 2012) the sales will be made worlwide by internet and by our licensees, the same day all over the world. Of course in the meantime we will have made all the necessary certifications.
We are organizing not only the production, but also the logistics for the distribution with specialists.
I wonder where Defkalion will be in the race then?
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