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    Believe it or not, the first cold fusion power plant is now available to pre-order. The E-Cat 1MW Plant, which comes in a standard shipping container, can produce one megawatt of thermal energy, using low-energy nuclear reactions (LENR) — a process, often known as cold fusion, that fuses nickel and hydrogen into copper, producing energy 100,000 times more efficiently than combustion. It sounds like E-Cat is now taking orders for delivery in early 2014, priced fairly reasonably at $1.5 million. Has cold fusion — the answer to all our energy needs — finally made its way to market?



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    Default Re: 1-megawatt cold fusion power plant now available – yours for just $1.5 million

    i used to work at energizer about a year ago
    i was always talking about alternative energy and cold fusion
    the common response was that i was to stupid and disillusioned to comprehend reality

    i am still trying to find where i can purchase nuclear batteries
    preferably of the hand held size
    learning is good .....understanding is better .....pleas teach with wisdom............................................ ..............calemus

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