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The Obama administration could revive the $25 billion auto loan program


According to U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, the administration is considering reviving the moribund $25 billion auto loan program by revising lending criteria and seeking a new round of loan requests. The Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing Program was created by the U.S. Congress in 2007, but hasn’t made a new loan since March 2011 and came under scrutiny after two of ...
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Tesla will repay U.S. Energy Department loans five years early
Tesla Motors has announced it will repay the loans to the U.S. Energy Department five years ahead of schedule in a plan approved by the government. Tesla Motors received $465 million ...
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Fisker Automotive: Senators question Fisker’s federal loan
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