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International Energy Agency wants nuclear back in global energy debate | Money Talks

Cheaper gas and tighter safety regulations are why many nuclear power plants are set to close. But the International Energy Agency says shutting them down will not only push up electricity prices but also the volume of greenhouse gas emissions. It's urged countries to maintain their nuclear plants, which it says is cheaper than building new solar and wind farms. Nuclear is the second-largest low-carbon power source in the world today, and accounts for 10 percent of global electricity generation. For more, David Elmes spoke to Money Talks. He's the Head of the Global Energy Research Group at Warwick Business School. #Nuclear #Gas #SafetyRegulations

Turkey aims to boost energy exports | Money Talks

Turkey aims to boost energy exports | Money Talks

Kampala lights up using solar energy | Money Talks

Kampala lights up using solar energy | Money Talks

Senegal Renewable Energy: West Africa's largest wind farm to launch in 2020

Senegal Renewable Energy: West Africa's largest wind farm to launch in 2020

IEA says global energy investment to plunge $400B in 2020 | Money Talks

IEA says global energy investment to plunge $400B in 2020 | Money Talks

Youths forced to work online jobs as unemployment exceeds 70%

Youths forced to work online jobs as unemployment exceeds 70%

Türkiye says Greece turning Aegean into refugee graveyard

Türkiye says Greece turning Aegean into refugee graveyard

Right-wing eyes victory in Italian elections

Right-wing eyes victory in Italian elections

Iranians rally against anti-government protests

Iranians rally against anti-government protests

At least 77 killed, over a dozen rescued as migrant boat capsizes

At least 77 killed, over a dozen rescued as migrant boat capsizes

Displaced woman turns ancient castle into a school in Syria

Displaced woman turns ancient castle into a school in Syria

Occupied Ukraine regions vote on joining Russia

Occupied Ukraine regions vote on joining Russia

Controversial vote begins in Russian-held parts of Ukraine

Controversial vote begins in Russian-held parts of Ukraine

Syria's north battles cholera outbreak

Syria's north battles cholera outbreak

UNSC convenes for tense Ukraine session

UNSC convenes for tense Ukraine session

Israeli PM says he backs two-state solution

Israeli PM says he backs two-state solution

US president voices support for expanding Security Council

US president voices support for expanding Security Council

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