Entries Tagged as 'Tesla'

Not Much Fanfare Now That Solyndra Loan Program Promise Is Fulfilled

January 3rd, 2015 · No Comments · energy policy, environment, journalism, Uncategorized

By Denise Tessier During years of constant claims by conservatives – parroted by media like the Albuquerque Journal – the name “Solyndra” became shorthand for a fool’s errand, both in terms of the promise of green alternative energy and the Obama administration’s encouragement of it. So, now that the federal loan program behind Solyndra has […]

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On Losing Tesla: Blame the Unions

September 19th, 2014 · 2 Comments · budget policy, economy, journalism, labor, tax policy

By Denise Tessier In the days since Tesla announced its decision to locate its $2 billion “mega” battery factory in Nevada, a number of stories have pondered New Mexico’s “loss.” In the ABQ Free Press, reporter Peter St. Cyr talked to politicians, business leaders and “free market advocates” and came up with a list of […]

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The Journal’s Anti-Tesla Bias Examined

January 17th, 2014 · 1 Comment · energy policy, journalism

By Arthur Alpert Can we talk? Good, I want to tell you a story about the Albuquerque Journal’s treatment of Tesla, the company that builds and sells electric automobiles. Tesla reported Tuesday, Jan 14 that “deliveries of its Model S sedan in the fourth quarter blew past what the company had forecast, sending shares up […]

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