Insulation is Key with High Electricity Cost in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is the country with the most expensive energy in Central America. This immediately registers as dire news, but for proactive Costa Ricans,...

“ELECTROLINERAS” IN COSTA RICA

Some years ago in Costa Rica, we dreamed of many inventions that we could only imagine with our minds.  We dreamed of inventions such...

Costa Rica Looks To Get Bioenergy

Scientists say the first results are satisfactory Pineapple producers support the idea but they fear that it is too expensive For some Costa Rican...

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’s Petroleum Industry and How It Can Be Optimized

Considered the largest company in Central America, with 50 years of existence, it focuses its operations to meet the tasks of import and distribution...
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Sun & Volcanoes; Costa Rica’s Natural Energy Sources

In the last two years, Costa Rica has achieved over ninety percent of electricity production from renewable sources and now wants to diversify. Costa Rica...

IDB Will Provide Costa Rica with US$ 500 Million Credit for Clean Energy Projects

President Carlos Alvarado and the Minister of Finance, Rocío Aguilar, signed Law N° 9573 that will allow Costa Rica to receive financing of US$...

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...

Government Does Not Discard Natural Gas as a Potential Source of Energy

The Costa Rican Petroleum Refinery (Recope) does not forget about natural gas as an energy proposal in the future and points to the continuity...

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...
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