Results 1 to 10 of 14

LG Chem: A Look Back At the Failed Predictions

Company generated more press releases than batteries

… manufacturing plants for LG Chem were going to make Michigan … federal investigation, LG Chem is being made to repay … more

Obama-Promoted Battery Plant Moves to 'Rolling Furloughs' As Company Pulls Back on Jobs Projections

LG Chem received $151 million from feds, $100 million from state

… President Obama visited the LG Chem battery plant in Holland, … production and grow," said LG Chem Spokesman Randy Boileau. … more

Dead Batteries

LG Chem, a battery company based … taxpayer money."  LG Chem is a Korean-owned company … more

Five Years Later, Granholm's Green Economic Vision has Failed to Materialize

Former governor said Michigan would be the capital of green energy

… declared that the company LG Chem in Holland was making … Reed City died and LG Chem was made to repay … more

Terrible Track Record

Government's 'green' venture capitalism experiment a failure.

… Solyndra, A123 , LG Chem , Energ1 and others, … more

Cost to Revive Economy With Battery Plant Subsidies: $5 Trillion

… by the Korean firm LG Chem. The federal contribution … output for a year.) LG Chem's owners are not the … more

Analysis: Michigan Taxpayers to Write $100 Million Check to Korean Battery Maker

… Korean battery maker LG Chem. The MEDC in effect … in May. It absolves LG Chem's American subsidiary, … more

Michigan Taxpayers Writing Check to Second Electric Car Battery Maker for $100 Million

… to the Korean firm LG Chem for a Holland plant, … both A123 Systems and LG Chem.* "Refundable" means … more

Electric Vehicle Battery Subsidy Failures Evident Early On

Former Gov. Granholm defends her policies in Detroit Free Press article

… failed promises of LG Chem ; the GOP reviving … Johnson Controls and L.G. Chem. Nearly $600 million … 2012. ~~~~~ See also: LG Chem: A Look Back at … more

Stay Engaged

Simply enter your email below to receive our weekly email:


A “bottlenecker” is someone who uses the power of the government to limit competition in the market and artificially boost their own profits. Bottleneckers use a variety of methods to achieve their goals, including tax loopholes, regulations, occupational licensing requirements, minimum wage laws and many more. The end result when these special interest bottleneckers succeed is fewer choices and higher prices for consumers, fewer job opportunities for workers and less innovation throughout the economy.

Related Sites