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Energizing entrepreneurship

The renewable energy sector has the potential to contribute to the creation and growth of business ventures. A new study offers important insights on entrepreneurial opportunities and their gender dimensions with regard to entrepreneurial uses of electricity.

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Ojong, N. Energizing entrepreneurship. Nat Energy 7, 392–393 (2022).

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