"Other than permittivity testing completed in 2009, ZENN has not had the contractual right to test any technology being developed by EEStor or to have independent experts verify the performance of technology being developed."
That's eye-opening considering the restraints. Zenn would like, secretly of course, to verify the (current) performance of what EEStor actually has, and given that it's said here, intimates they probably have asked EEStor the same. When these contracts were drawn up, did anybody think he'd still not have a revealed product by 2012? Sad to say, I think there are things going on
inside DW's head, despite his brilliance, that would scare us to the core, if we knew them.