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Volkswagen Group of America has moved forward on its diesel emissions settlement by establishing a U.S. subsidiary to manage $2 billion spent on zero emission vehicle infrastructure and awareness programs. Electrify America LLC, based in Reston, Va., will operate the charging station infrastructure development and public awareness campaign. It’s now a wholly owned subsidiary of […]

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Volkswagen Group and Robert Bosch will be paying at least $1.6 billion in separate diesel emissions cheating settlements, which could resolve claims from VW owners and end most of the scandal. VW still faces suits from a few U.S. states and its investors. This settlement still awaits approval from the District Court judge in San […]

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A $2 billion portion of Volkswagen’s proposed $14.7 billion “Dieselgate” settlement could take several companies out of business in electric vehicle charging, according to a court document filed by ChargePoint. ChargePoint, which operates the largest U.S. network of charging stations for plug-in electrified vehicles, requested an intervention in federal court late Tuesday claiming the settlement […]

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Volkswagen AG received a preliminary go-ahead from a federal court on Tuesday for a $14.7 billion settlement on the diesel emissions-cheating scandal. U.S. District Court Judge Charles Breyer in San Francisco issued a preliminary decision affecting car owners, the U.S. government, and 44 states. The total will go up to $15.3 billion if VW’s $603 […]

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