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Volkswagen is launching a scrappage scheme for older diesel vehicles in Great Britain as it tries to lure buyers back post-dieselgate - while announcing ambitious new sales targets in the US. David Pollard reports.

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U.S. solar companies are snapping up cheap imported solar panels ahead of a trade decision by the Trump administration that could drive up costs and cloud the fortunes of one of the economy's brightest stars.

Crude Oil

Oil and chemical spills from Hurricane Harvey big, but dwarfed by Katrina

More than 22,000 barrels of oil, refined fuels and chemicals spilled at sites across Texas in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, along with millions of cubic feet of natural gas and hundreds of tons of other toxic substances, a Reuters review of company reports to the U.S. Coast Guard shows.

Factbox: From refueling to recharging: filling up electric vehicles

The battle over how and where Europeans charge their electric cars is expanding from the continent's cities to its motorways. But if electric vehicles (EVs) are ever to overtake petrol and diesel-fueled vehicles, charging will have to become as simple as filling up. Here are some facts about EVs, charging stations and plugs.

Daimler delivers first electric trucks: 'The game has started.'

Daimler AG on Thursday said United Parcel Service Inc will be the first U.S. commercial customer for its new battery-powered eCanter truck, and the company will expand its electric truck production as lower cost, longer-range batteries become available within two to three years.

Build batteries or lose jobs, auto bosses tell Europe

Europe shouldn't rush to abandon the combustion engine and must build up its own production of electric car batteries to compete with China, auto suppliers and manufacturers said at the Frankfurt motor show.