Scotland Produces Wind Energy to Power Country for Entire Day

On a particularly stormy day, where wind speed measured up to 115 mph, blowing across most of the land, Scotland's wind turbines generated more...

Total Energy Waste Solutions Announces New Solid Waste Energy Park

Costa Rica is committed to achieving total environmental sustainability by 2021. True to this goal, about 95% of the country's energy needs are covered...

Energy Price Concerns in Production Sectors

The steady increase in the electricity tariff to the production sectors has become a major concern, because of the rising prices as well the...

Costa Rica Is Running 100% on Renewable Electricity

Costa Rica continues its quest to become the most sustainable and renewable energy country on the planet and has now powered the entire country...

Costa Rica Used 100% Renewable Energy for 299 Days

You probably didn't think it was possible, but it's true.  For 75 days straight in 2015, Costa Rica ran on 100% renewable energy, and...

Smart Electric Meters Will Allow Remote Reading Of Your Electricity Bill

The installation of smart electric meters in Costa Rica will allow the reading of your electricity bill to be done remotely. Among the advantages...

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...

TEWS Teams Up With Local Law Firm To Further Sustainable Energy Project

Recently, Total Energy To Waste Solutions (TEWS) announced its plans to build a waste to energy plant and a municipal solid waste (MSW) energy...
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Costa Rican Scientist Obtains Energy from Plants

Would you like to charge your mobile phone through a plant? This is viable thanks to the research carried out by the chemist Isaac Céspedes...

Carlos Alvarado Announced a Ban on Fossil Fuels in Costa Rica

Last Wednesday, May 16th, 2018, Costa Rica’s new president Carlos Alvarado announced a ban on the use of fossil fuels, according to Telesur TV...
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