Intel CR Certifies as Carbon Neutral by Reducing Energy Consumption at 50%

Recently, Intel Costa Rica managed to become certified as a Carbon Neutral company, after implementing a series of measures at its facilities in San...
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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...

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...

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...

Nicolás Maduro Announces the Creation of a Crypto-currency to “Overcome the Financial Blockade”

Nicolás Maduro, Venezuela's president, announced on Sunday the creation of a crypto-currency, named “El Petro”, to make financial transactions abroad and combat the so-called...

New Trains Will Have the Colors of Costa Rica’s Flag and Air Conditioning

The Costa Rican Railway Institute (Incofer) has already defined how the 8 new trains (16 units) that will provide services in the...
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Cost of Electricity, English and Fiscal Deficit

Ex hierarch qualifies as an 'error' decision by the government to postpone entry to the Pacific Alliance. The cost of electricity, teaching English and...

Costa Rica Suspends the Largest Hydroelectric Project in Central America Indefinitely

The “El Diquís” hydroelectric project, considered the largest in Central America with an estimated investment of US$ 2,100 million and rejected by indigenous communities,...

The Netherlands Looks to Ban Gas Powered Cars

The Netherlands is one of the countries leading the way in the battle to put an end to gas powered cars. It's been praised...

Costa Rica: A Small Country Giving Gigantic Lessons

We are used to pressing a button to turn the light on or off, but for electricity to reach homes, businesses or industries there...
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