This segment aired on Bloomberg's energyNOW! November 6, 2011. This is an excerpt from a video at http://energynow.com/video/2011/11/04/nuclear-waste-and-race-resources-11062011 from time stamp 19:02 and 20:01

Here is a transcript:

"An Italian inventor has conducted what some are saying is a successful small test of the Holy Grail of energy production — cold fusion, a low-energy nuclear reaction that could theoretically produce endless, self-sustaining and incredibly cheap energy. And that's what's in this week's "energyNOW!" hotZONE. The inventor, Andrea Rossi, tested what he calls his E-Cat, or Energy Catalyzer, on October 28. Rossi says his technology uses a secret catalyst that reacts with small amounts of nickel powder and hydrogen gas to create clean energy in the form of heat, no radioactive materials, nuclear waste or pollution. Rossi tested the E-Cat in Italy for an unnamed U.S. company and claims it produced in five hours about as much energy as 70 gallons of gasoline contains. There's plenty of mystery and skepticism surrounding Rossi's cold fusion test, but he says the E-Cat is going into mass production soon."

See our story at http://pesn.com/2011/11/07/9601950_Bloombergs_EnergyNow_Names_E-Cat_as_Weeks_HotZone/

See our coverage at http://RossiColdFusion.com

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