Senator Charles , Consumers Union and other groups call for investigation of exploding lithium ion batteries. Same batteries as used in Tesla and Fisker.

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Senator Charles Schumer, The Consumers Union, and a variety of consumer groups call for lithium ion investigation Senator Charles Schumer, The Consumers Union, and a variety of consumer groups across the nation, today, have called for an investigation of lithium ion batteries based on reports of extensive explosions and fires which have, literally, set consumers Read More

Tesla “Battery Swap” doesn’t work already.

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So they’re going to demonstrate the process for swapping the battery. Is there anyone who doesn’t believe they can swap batteries? The bigger problem is one of cost and practicality. Let’s say you want to set up a battery-swap station in a major population center. And let’s assume you want to be able to service Read More

Forbes Rips Musk’s smoke-screen

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Forbes Rips Musk’s smoke-screen (Photo Above: Tinman was RIGHT be to afraid of Fires. Musk is a carny with shiny objects) Red Herrings And Straw Men: Musk’s Argument On Tesla Fires Dale Buss- Forbes It’s still a good bet that the Tesla Model S and Elon Musk will come through their fire-investigation saga relatively unscathed Read More

Is SolarCity’s use of Tesla batteries unsafe for homes and for Solarcity?

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Is SolarCity’s use of Tesla batteries unsafe for homes and for Solarcity? Washington, DC – Solarcity has announced that they will be using Tesla’s lithium ion battery systems for their energy systems. Engineers are wondering if this is a good idea in light of the extensive numbers of lithium ion fires that have taken place, Read More

Steven Chu lives in Fantasy World. Publicly states the kickback scheme that got him his Stanford job as part of his payoff was not failed

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Ex-Energy Secretary Chu: Our green-energy loans were “more successful than Wall Street” posted on June 10, 2013 by Erika Johnsen The Department of Energy is currently hanging back somewhat with issuing new government (i.e., taxpayer)-backed loans to what federal bureaucrats so augustly deem to be promising green-energy companies through its several loan programs — you’ll Read More

Cornell University Says Tesla Batteries Are Failed in Technology and Plans

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  By Ronald D. White Just three days after Tesla Motors Inc. Chief Executive Elon Musk unveiled plans to greatly accelerate the rollout of his company’s coast-to-coast fast charger network, an expert in a competing technology was saying wait a minute, not so fast. Paul F. Mutolo, director of external partnerships at the Energy Materials Read More

Taxpayers’ loss on GM bailout looks to be about $10 billion

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Taxpayers’ loss on GM bailout looks to be about $10 billion By Jerry Hirsch June 7, 2013 The U.S. Treasury’s deal to sell 30 million shares of General Motors Co. will recoup taxpayers another $1 billion of the bailout money the government put into the automaker back in 2009. All told, taxpayers have recovered $32.5 Read More

Nissan Whistleblower facing constant intimidation and attacks.

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Those who speak out get a contract put out on them. They are targeted for taxes, character assassination, job database black marks, blog attacks, insurance delays, email hacking and other seedy intimidation efforts that Big Washington insiders specialize in. DOE staff gave special consideration to Nissan and gave this Japanese company massive amounts of your Read More

The Dark Side Of Tesla’s Masterful Short Squeeze

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The Dark Side Of Tesla’s Masterful Short Squeeze May 22 2013, 15:48 by: John Petersen | about: TSLA Over the last month and a half I’ve watched in awe as Tesla Motors (TSLA) pulled off a masterful short squeeze and follow-on financing that has supporters dancing in the streets and fanboy bloggers making all manner Read More