Courting cleantech.

Battery company Freyr left a factory it was constructing in a Norwegian town unfinished to turn its attention to building in Georgia, lured by lucrative IRA subsidies, The New York Times reports.

This piece does a fantastic job showing how countries are wooing cleantech companies, and it also shows the very real impacts of global competition on people who live in impacted towns and cities.

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Cat Clifford

Senior Science and Economics Correspondent