New Aqueduct along Barranca would benefit 75,000

The community leaders of Palmares and San Ramón asked the organization Acueductos y Alcantarillados (AyA) to follow through with a management plan to protect...

Country Leader for the use of Clean Energy

“Costa Rica is a role model for all of us” – that’s how the World Economic Forum defined Costa Rica for the use of...

Coopeguanacaste Starts Supplying Cleaner Energy for Thousands of Homes and Industries

Once again, Costa Rica consolidates itself as a leading territory, compared to other countries of the region, with regard to the generation of cleaner...

ICE Purchases 100 Electric Cars in US$ 3.5 Million to Renovate Fleet

100 vehicles that work with diesel or gasoline will leave the fleet of the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) and will be replaced by...
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Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Will Spread All Over Costa Rica

All around the world, the extensive –and also intensive– use of fossil hydrocarbons, especially coal and oil, as the main sources of fuel throughout...

Power Company Announced LED Lighting Project

The Costa Rican National Power and Light Company recently announced the implementation of LED lighting on any new infrastructure projects. The various private companies have been...

Efficient Energy Use

Efficient use of energy is the goal of reducing the amount of energy required to use a certain appliance or product and has become...
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50% of Traffic Lights Will Be Solar – Powered This Year

The Ministry of Public Works and Transportation along with the National Department of Traffic are planning to install photovoltaic systems at 76 signalized intersections...
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Franklin Chang Sets an Example for Private Energy Production

Dr. Franklin Chang is taking on Costa Rican development once again. A new solar farm proposed by Dr. Franklin Chang’s Ad Astra Rocket Company will...
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Costa Rica Electricity Rate Increase Comes as a Shock

Back in March, the state utilities regulator announced that Costa Rica had met its yearly energy demand almost exclusively with renewable resources and, therefore,...
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