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The World’s Most Controversial Electric Vehicle Startup

Fisker Inc has a troubled history, but they may be ready to put that behind them

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In the depths of the Great Recession, the US Department of Energy extended lifelines, in the form of low-interest loans, to two struggling startups trying to produce electric vehicles.




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Brayden Gerrard

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Electric Vehicles | Green Energy | Data Science | Contact: gerrard.brayden@gmail dot com

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