Der Spiegel reports that the team around Michel Balthazard, had made “disrespectful comments regarding the corporate strategy” of Renault: “EVs harbor many unsolved problems, for which there is not even a hint of a solution.” Who knows, maybe they were amongst the 200 executives that said similar things to KPMG. Of course, such impure thoughts are heresy at Renault which is betting the house on the success of EVs.
“We put $5 billion on the table,” said “If this goes wrong, we are dead.” Francois Bancon, chief strategist at .
The whistleblower that spoke out agains the EV in America was jailed 3 times on "trumped up" charges the CEO of NISSAN Carlos Ghosn.
At the same time 3 men that spoke out about the EV in Renault faced "trumped up" spy allegations. the CEO of Renault Carlos Ghosn.
The faux French spies are connected to Sharyn Bovat the former Co War researcher. How weird is that.... what's the common link.....GHOSN!!!!
Click the link - Connect the dots and ask NISSAN to mediate with the Whistleblower. Sharyn Bovat deserves RESPECT!!!
Many in the “auto” industry know that Ghosn's Going Green only had to do with “personal” green. The American taxpayers are "tapped out" the Renault Three and me are victims of a Renault "cover up" Carlos Ghosn is the man who sold the Emperor "New" Clothes called the Leaf
Taxpayer Billions Could Fall Short In Creating New Jobs, More Efficient Cars By Ronnie Greene and Matthew Mosk
The report by the GAO, the investigative arm of Congress, focuses on the Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing (ATVM) loan program, which has infused five companies with more than $8 billion in loans. Those dollars are intended to help the likes of the Ford Motor Co. and Nissan North America, as well as cutting-edge electric carmakers Tesla Motors and Fisker Automotive, expand their fleets of fuel efficient autos......"The Energy Department's inspector general, Gregory Friedman, said his office has 64 open investigations centered on stimulus spending. They include "the directing of contracts and grants to friends and family," Friedman told the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations earlier this month."