Costa Rica Will Install 34 Fast Charging Centers for Electric Vehicles

Last Tuesday, the map -where the fast charging centers for electric vehicles will be located- was unveiled for December 2019. At the...

Coffee Will Be Roasted with Energy from Solar Panels in the Southern Zone

A set of 29 solar panels will start giving energy to the coffee roaster and the rural shelter of a 36-women association...

Import of Electric Vehicles to Costa Rica Increased 775% from 2017 to 2018

In Costa Rica, the approval of the Law of Incentives and Promotion for the Electric Transport aroused a greater interest of the...

RECOPE Will Be Transformed into a Public Company of Alternative Energies

A new bill proposes transforming the Costa Rican Petroleum Refinery (Recope) into a public alternative energy company. The initiative...

Argentinian Origin Activist Warned that the Taboga Company Will Dry Up Wetlands to Produce...

A serious denunciation was made by the Argentinian origin activist Gadi Amit, who has been living in Costa Rica for decades, in...

Costa Rica Is Running Only with Renewable Energy in the Last Months

Costa Rica has achieved an extraordinary milestone in the history of green energy. Only with renewable energies, this country has been operating...

Decarbonization Projects Will Be Promoted in the New Development Banking Plan toward 2024

The Banking System for Development (SBD) on Thursday unveiled a new strategic plan for 2020-2024 that seeks to strengthen inclusion in an efficient but,...

New Fire Stations Will Keep Rainwater and Generate Their Own Electricity

In March of next year (2020), the 2 new metropolitan fire stations must be completed, located 100 meters north of the station...

Electric Cars Are Exempted from Restriction and Will Have Special Spaces in Parking

To encourage the purchase and use of electric vehicles (EVs) and promote decarbonization plans, the government will remove EVs  from vehicular restrictions and promote...

Costa Rica Extended Prohibition of Oil Exploitation Until 2050

The President of the Republic, Carlos Alvarado and the Minister of Environment and Energy, Carlos Manuel Rodríguez, signed a decree that extends the prohibition...
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