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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

One-on-one with Palestinian ambassador to Türkiye, Faed Mustafa

One-on-one with Palestinian ambassador to Türkiye, Faed Mustafa

One on One - UN General Assembly President Csaba Korosi

One on One - UN General Assembly President Csaba Korosi

One on One - Former UN Envoy to Cyprus Alvaro de Soto

One on One - Former UN Envoy to Cyprus Alvaro de Soto

One on One - Nigerian Presidential Candidate Prince Malik Ado-Ibrahim

One on One - Nigerian Presidential Candidate Prince Malik Ado-Ibrahim

One on One - Ukraine Deputy FM Emine Dzhaparova

One on One - Ukraine Deputy FM Emine Dzhaparova

One-on-one with Bosniak member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina

One-on-one with Bosniak member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina

One on One Express - Israeli Charge d'Affaires Irit Lillian

One on One Express - Israeli Charge d'Affaires Irit Lillian

One on One - Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics

One on One - Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics

One on One - Azerbaijani FM Jeyhun Bayramov

One on One - Azerbaijani FM Jeyhun Bayramov

One on One Express - UN Disarmament Chief Izumi Nakamitsu

One on One Express - UN Disarmament Chief Izumi Nakamitsu

One on One Express - Dutch Foreign Minister Wopke Hoekstra

One on One Express - Dutch Foreign Minister Wopke Hoekstra

One on One - Foreign Minister of North Macedonia Bujar Osmani

One on One - Foreign Minister of North Macedonia Bujar Osmani

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