The United States, Mexico and Canada have struck a new regional deal to produce 50% of their combined electricity by 2025 from clean energy sources, including wind, solar, nuclear and hydro-power, Reuters reports. The agreement is set to be announced Wednesday at a summit of the three nations.
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