Rossi and Focardis paper on the nuclear reactor has been rejected by peer-reviewed journals, but the scientists arent discouraged. They published their paper in the Journal of Nuclear Physics, an online journal founded and run by themselves, which is obviously cause for a great deal of skepticism.
One needs a heavy coil for that then with a neat piece of wiring and a couple of probes from a set of test-leads it can be connected to an domestic feed at a meter. The heavy coil will create an opposing electro-magnetic field to the one that is used to drive the wee wheel in the old type meters. Apparently. Or so a man in a pub told me Your Honour.
Sorry, but I've already got the patent out on a Thermo-Electric Generator that will keep the country going for megayears ... A simple heat engine placed on the roof of a certain building with a big clock that's located somewhere in London and driven totally by hot air rising from a couple of Chambers within that building.
Had an interesting situation where the local electricity people gave up on fixing a fault on the suply to a neighbours house and basically used jump leads from before their neighbours meter to provide power until they could get the digger in.
Mug the MEB man, he has the kit in his van.