How to make money with cold fusion energy
You may not be aware of it, but with the recent invention of the
E-cat, or the energy catalyzer, but Italian scientists Andrea Rossi and Sergio Focardi, cold fusion has made it back into the spotlight for the first time since 1989. 1989 is the year when cold fusion was allegedly discovered, though it was far from perfect at the time. For reasons including lack of funding and inability to replicate the original experiment, the two scientists that discovered cold fusion were essentially forced to stop researching it and move on into other fields. The media that reported
that the discovery of cold fusion would usher in a new era of energy and provide new hopes for alternative energy sources began to debunk the scientists very shortly after the discovery of cold fusion for not being able to back up their
Many credible researchers insisted that the energy created from the original reaction involving heavy water electrolysis with a palladium electron was nothing more than a fluke, and that the reaction was a chemical one rather than a nuclear one. True to their claims, the discovering scientists were unable to back up their original claims
and experiments with any kind of data to prove the contrary, and were unable to satisfactorily prove that the results came from a nuclear reaction rather than a chemical one. Thus, their theory was not taken seriously. Despite this failure, many scientists have tried since to prove the efficiency of
cold fusion at producing energy, though to this date, Rossi has been the most successful with his endeavors.
Utilizing his E-cat to further a process known as nickel hydrogen fusion, he has been able to capture highly pressurized hydrogen within nickel, in order to catalyze a reaction to create copper and give
off an excess of energy in the process. Because of the dubiousness with which cold fusion is often associated, he has taken to saying that his work is part of the new LENR field, or Low Energy Nuclear Reaction. His E-cat device has been touring extensively throughout the beginning of 2011 and has impressed many audiences. Some scientists still remain skeptical of its practical value, but as of yet, the device has never failed to produce satisfactory results at any of the events it has been showcased at.
Due to its relative lack of notoriety at this point, coupled with the tremendous promise that the device shows, many people have been shown to be interested in investing in the device. However, Rossi does not allow for any investors to take private investments in his device. He worked closely with two companies, Defkalion green technologies, as well as the American Ampenergo. Recently he cut contract with Defkalion and now has his company working exclusively with Ampenergo. Neither company however, has been given authority to allow outside investors from other sources until claims have been proven. The question then becomes, how is anyone supposed to make any money off of this device?
There are two great ways to make money off of it. The first being to wait and watch the news on the E-Cat until he finally proves once and for all that the device is flawless and will be a great source of energy. The second way to go about it is to invest in nickel companies. If the E-cat ever becomes a standard household device, it will run on the power of nickel, and will be self applied. This means that once it gains in popularity, many people will be buying nickel as if it were oil. This means the price in nickel stocks is sure to take a major gain as soon as the E-cat becomes popular. Make sure you’re ahead of the curve and invest in nickel today. Finally, one other way to make money off of a related project is to invest in the new company being created by Rossi’s competitor, Francesco Piantelli. Piantelli is
developing a company that will be similar to Rossi’s in order to further study projects similar to Rossi’s and to cold fusion in general. This could mean that Piantelli’s device will also be a worthwhile investment in the future, and should be considered for any future investment decisions.