Carl White wrote:The surprise news is that the company now plans to build and lease a “thermal” version of the SunCell before the electricity generating version is ready for deployment. The decision to focus initially on a device that will produce steam, hot air, and hot water ...
Sigh. Where have we heard this before.... before the more complex and expensive “photovoltaic” version suggests that the first commercial versions of the device could be available next year – if, of course, the reliability testing goes well.
Surprise news? I am not surprised, not surprised at all! I thought that the photovoltaics were all based on "off the shelf technology" and so on.
I of course this is going to drag on and on and on for more years and years. I bet the next "heat and steam" version will be just as controversial and impossible to verify as Rossiclown's device. It looks like Mill's saw how well Rossiclown was able to dupe people with his contraption and is now switching tactics to get more time and more money out if his investors. Next year it will be something else that causes the delay, but the claims are going to get even more fantastic at the same time.