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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Is Goldman Sachs Part of the Global Green Fraud???

Solar and Goldman issues after Haley Barbour Issues

-----Original Message-----
From: sharynbovat <sharynbovat@aol.com>
To: Ed_Rogers and many others at bgr
Cc: msilverm <msilverm@gannett.com>; rdickey <rdickey@gannett.com>
Sent: Tue, Mar 20, 2012 2:25 pm
Subject: NISSAN Whistleblower Received Information from a TOP Energy Analyist showing Goldman Sachs Involved with either DOE Fraud or Favortism of DOE Taxpayer Dollars Haley Barbour's Pardons are TYPICAL conclusions to COVER UPs










People profiteering in the Green industry are manly Europeans and Wall Street Cronies that contributed to President Obama. There's a few from the Bush era too. Some of the companies are OK still the money was distributed unfairly: the worst abuse is the companies that got federal funds were 'built to fail". NISSAN never should have got a DOE loan for outdated technology from the Treasury bank. Here's a video of HOW Gannett is controlling the story of the whistleblower and NOT reporting DOE fraud that's connected to Rahm Emanuel and many others. http://youtu.be/wJStn2eW2a0 Below is information given to me about Goldman Sachs..... Many have connected the dots. Tennessee got a lot of Green dollars and Haley Barbour brokered some deals in the south that are "not that sunny".
I'm sending this to you because I think it's ODD that Haley Barbour pardoned so many people and when you read the typology of a cover up you'll see the PARDONS are part of the final process ... Maybe that's why the lockerbie bomber got a compassionate release?
I might get the Brits to break the NISSAN Whistleblower story and the connection to Lockerbie www.carlosTavaresRenault.com
What I would prefer is for NISSAN to "end the era of the FRAUD and for Gannett to STOP the cover up.
Please email Bob Dickey at Gannett to tell them to end the deception. Americans deserve RESPECT!
Here's the link from Wiki that shows the typology of the cover up http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cover-up
Reward Cover-up Participants (from wiki)
  1. Hush Money
  2. Little or No Punishment
  3. Pardon or Commute Sentences
  4. Promote Employees as a Reward for Cover-up
  5. Reemploy the Employee After Dust Clears
**********below was sent to me from a VERY well respected Green Industry Energy Analysis About 4 Months Ago ***************
Halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, on a former cattle ranch and gypsum mine, NRG Energy is building an engineering marvel: a compound of nearly a million solar panels that will produce enough electricity to power about 100,000 homes. The project is also a marvel in another, less obvious way: Taxpayers and ratepayers are providing subsidies worth almost as much as the entire $1.6 billion cost of the project. Similar subsidy packages have been given to 15 other solar- and wind-power electric plants since 2009.


June 20, 2010 Goldman talks up solar shares with share value targets that you can check out, now, to see how truly BAD the Goldman advice was http://www.greenchipstocks.com/articles/goldman-sachs-says-go-long-solar/1021
The June 2010 advice from GS (Goldman Sachs):
First Solar (NASDAQ: FSLR): Buy rating and $150 price target
SunPower (NASDAQ: SPWRA): Neutral rating, $15 price target.
MEMC (NYSE: WFR): Sell rating, $9 price target.
JA Solar (NASDAQ: JASO): Buy rating, added to Conviction List. $7.50 target price.
Suntech (NYSE: STP): Sell. Target price: $8.40.
The government support — which includes loan guarantees, cash grants and contracts that require electric customers to pay higher rates — largely eliminated the risk to the private investors and almost guaranteed them large profits for years to come. The beneficiaries include financial firms like Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, conglomerates like General Electric, utilities like Exelon and NRG — even Google.


GOLDMAN SACHS REN ENERGY AND EV PLAYS
Start of the story: The Greening of Goldman Sachs
January 3, 2006 http://www.alternet.org/environment/29901
Last year the investment bank Goldman Sachs acquired a portfolio of mortgages in default that involved a remarkable piece of land in Tierra del Fuego, Chile. The wild, starkly beautiful island on the far tip of South America is a haven of biodiversity, home to old-growth beech forests and a unique network of peat bogs. So when the bank donated all 680,000 acres of the property -- an area about a third the size of Yellowstone -- to the Wildlife Conservation Society in trust to the people of Chile, it was a boon to ecological preservation. It was also a source of perplexity in some quarters. While Goldman Sachs explained that it had simply acted on a "rare opportunity for the firm to benefit global conservation," many people found it hard to trust such a gesture of generosity from a financial institution.
Already closing-in to the paydirt. August 7, 2009 Electric Car’s Connection to Goldman Sachs
You don’t need a Goldman Sachs connection to invest in Coda Automotive, an electric car start-up based in California, but it certainly doesn’t hurt.
Coda recently announced that it had raised $24 million, with an undisclosed portion coming from its new advisory board member, Henry M. Paulson, the former Treasury secretary, who, before that role, was the chairman and chief executive of Goldman Sachs. Coda CEO Mr. Czinger said in an interview that he brought Mr. Paulson into the company because he had “an interest in the environment and in China, plus he saw the business opportunity.” Coda’s co-chairman, Steven Heller, is also a Goldman Sachs man. Until his retirement in 2002, he had served as the head of global mergers and acquisitions at Goldman Sachs and reported to Mr. Paulson. “He was my boss for many years, and I’ve known him for 20 years,” Mr. Heller said in an interview. Other Coda investors include Miles Rubin, founder and co-chairman; Thomas McLarty, former chief of staff for President Bill Clinton; private investment manager Aeris Capital AG, and private-equity firm Riverstone Holdings LLC.
http://wheels.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/08/07/electric-cars-connection-to-goldman-sachs/


June 20, 2010 Goldman talks up solar shares with share value targets that you can check out, now, to see how truly BAD the Goldman advice was http://www.greenchipstocks.com/articles/goldman-sachs-says-go-long-solar/1021


Guess which finance firm underwrote the Tesla Motor re-financing (needed because Tesla has such massive debts relative to capital and because Tesla makes NO profit) ?
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Tesla Motors Inc. said Friday June 3, 2011 it priced 5.3 million follow-on shares for $28.76 each, raising $152.4 million. The Palo Alto, Calif.-based manufacturer of electric vehicles also granted its underwriter, Goldman Sachs Group Inc a 30-day option to purchase up to an additional 795,000 shares of common stock.


India 26 Sept 2011 Renewable energy start-up ReNew Wind Power Pvt Ltd, founded by prominent deal-maker and former Suzlon Energy COO Sumant Sinha, has received Rs 1,000 crore or $200 million from Goldman Sachs in one of the biggest private investment deals in the renewable energy sector in India.
Globally, Goldman Sachs has invested over US $1.5 billion in alternative/clean energy-related companies, including Horizon Wind Energy and Nordex AG.
Horizon is a Houston-based, leading wind power company that develops, constructs, owns and operates wind farms throughout North America. Nordex AG is developer and manufacturer of multi-MW wind turbines based in Germany.
GS still putting out false and fakely optimistic "forecasts" of electric car sales potential
11 Nov 2011 Goldman Sachs forecast report by the next decade the world's new energy vehicle sales expected to reach ten million scale. By 2020, the global hybrid and electric vehicles market will reach total sales of around 14 million, accounting for up to 15% of world market share. Including pure electric vehicles sales the GS forecast is that hybrid and electric vehicle fleet size could number 170 million units by 2020.
Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn is optimistic that by 2020, global sales of electric vehicles will account for 10% of global car sales (about 8.5 million-a-year on a projected 85 million).
Please see Table on this page: http://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/does-it-matter-how-many-evs-will-be-on-the-road-by-2015/
This shows the GS estimate or "forecast" is the most extreme high of all forecasts.
Halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, on a former cattle ranch and gypsum mine, NRG Energy is building an engineering marvel: a compound of nearly a million solar panels that will produce enough electricity to power about 100,000 homes.
The project is also a marvel in another, less obvious way: Taxpayers and ratepayers are providing subsidies worth almost as much as the entire $1.6 billion cost of the project. Similar subsidy packages have been given to 15 other solar- and wind-power electric plants since 2009.
The government support — which includes loan guarantees, cash grants and contracts that require electric customers to pay higher rates — largely eliminated the risk to the private investors and almost guaranteed them large profits for years to come. The beneficiaries include financial firms like Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, conglomerates like General Electric, utilities like Exelon and NRG — even Google.
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