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Deep sea sponges and other creatures live on and among valuable manganese nodules like this one that could be mined from the seafloor. ROV KIEL 6000/GEOMAR

Deep seabed mining plans pit renewable energy demand against ocean life in a largely unexplored frontier

Mining nodules from the deep ocean seabed could provide the metals crucial for today’s EV batteries and renewable energy technology, but little is known about the harm it could cause.
The European Commission estimates that between 2021 and 2030, the energy sector at European level will need at least 175 billion euros per year. Pexels

Investments in green energy infrastructure: an (over)performance that will last?

A new study indicates that the supply of “green” assets has caught up with demand, leading to a relative decline in performance. The green premium is a reality, but may be temporary.
Funding still hinders energy transition. Singkham/Pexels

How crowdfunding could raise US$12 billion to boost renewable energy access in Indonesia

Funding is still central in developing new and renewable energy in Indonesia. Research shows that Indonesia could raise US$12.29 billion per year from public fundraising.
How long should a solar subsidies, or any subsidy, last? Artur Debat/Moment via Getty Images

How to design clean energy subsidies that work – without wasting money on free riders

Start high, drop fast and avoid the free-riders: How to design subsidies that can boost clean energy in the US and elsewhere.

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