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USA and Mexico discussed nuclear energy collaboration

Two countries are planning to increase the use of energy from clean sources.

26.Jul.16 12:04 AM
By Alesya Davydova


USA and Mexico discussed nuclear energy collaboration
The presidents of the United States and Mexico, Barack Obama and Enrique Peña Nieto, met on Friday at the White House to discuss nuclear collaboration of two countries, reports.

U.S. and Mexico strive to clean energy goals and combat climate change via promoting the use of nuclear energy and other clean sources. At a joint press conference Barack Obama explained that the countries are acting in accordance with the Paris agreement.

“Both of our nations are committed to ensuring that the historic Paris agreement is fully implemented. And we are going to keep on working toward the goal announced last month in Ottawa, generating half of the electricity in North America through clean power by 2025,” the president said.

Now 37 percent of energy in the North American states comes from renewable energy sources and nuclear power, and in Mexico its share is between 20 and 25 percent.

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