Posts Tagged ‘Charles Wang’

GreenTech holds grand opening of neighborhood electric vehicle plant

TUNICA — GreenTech Automotive (GTA), a U.S. automotive manufacturer dedicated to developing and producing environmentally friendly, energy-efficient vehicles, yesterday celebrated the grand opening of its new production facility in Tunica. “We started GreenTech Automotive with the vision to make energy-efficient cars that are so inexpensive the average American could afford to buy them,” said Charles […] [...]

GreenTech completes construction of Delta electric car plant

TUNICA — GreenTech Automotive (GTA), a U.S. automotive manufacturer dedicated to developing and producing environmentally friendly, energy-efficient vehicles, has completed construction on its new production facility in Tunica “GTA has made significant progress toward our engineering, production, hiring and industry partnership goals in recent months,” said Charles Wang, chairman and CEO of GTA. “We’re eager […] [...]

GreenTech answers some questions, raises others

This much is certain: By the end of 2011’s third quarter, two years after the company announced its plans to build hybrid vehicles in Tunica, GreenTech Automotive could start operations. Here’s what is unsettled: What the company will be building and where it will be built. Last May, GTA announced it was buying Hong Kong-based […] [...]

McAuliffe proves to be as evasive as Wang

Despite groundbreaking for billion dollar Tunica car plant, GreenTech officials are MIA In the roughly eight months since Chinese businessman Charles Wang popped up in Tunica County and claimed he wanted to build a hybrid vehicle manufacturing facility there, not much has happened, and even less has been heard. State economic development officials all say […] [...]

‘We’ve gone into silent mode’

by Published: November 16,2009

Tags: Charles Wang, GreenTech, Tunica

No one in Tunica has heard from GreenTech since ground-breaking   In early October, Chinese businessman Charles Wang held a ceremony in Tunica announcing plans to build a  $1-billion hybrid vehicle manufacturing facility. GreenTech, Wang’s company, would employ 1,500 people directly and produce as many hybrid vehicles annually as Toyota does, Wang said.  The project’s […] [...]

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