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Fox Reporter Conjures Mystery Numbers For New Tesla Attack

May 31 -- Still in search of ways to attack the federal government's investments in green technology, Fox Business baselessly claimed that the battery for the all-electric Tesla Model S "conks out after about 16 miles." In fact, the car is noted for its 200-mile battery range, which is superior to that of other electric vehicles on the market. >>View Article

Some clean energy bets pay off nicely

May 31 -- Remember Tesla, the clean energy automobile company that the Department of Energy gambled on with big investments in 2009? Mitt Romney declared it a "failure" during the presidential campaign and critics compared it to another company with a space-age sounding name: Solyndra, a solar energy company that defaulted on its half-billion-dollar government loan.... >>View Article

Biodiesel is green and farm-friendly

May 30 -- While the petroleum industry and alternative fuels supporters debate the merits of more domestic drilling versus providing assistance through the federal Renewable Fuels Standard in diversifying the transportation fuels market, it's important to note the protections afforded American consumers by the country's first commercially available advanced biofuel — biodiesel. >>View Article

An Open Letter to Incoming Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz

May 30 -- Dear Secretary Moniz, Let me first congratulate you on your successful confirmation as the next United States Secretary of Energy. Your records of public service and of academic distinction speak for themselves. The American people are fortunate to have such a capable public servant in such a critical domain and at such a critical time. >>View Article

No, Tesla Is Not Worse Than Solyndra

May 30 -- Scott Woolley has a provocative piece elsewhere in Slate today arguing that Tesla is worse than the bankrupt solar-power startup Solyndra—not as a company, of course, but as an investment by the federal government. >>View Article


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