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...

Japan Has More Car Charging Stations Than Gas Stations

Japanese car manufacturer Nissan announced the results of a survey that revealed there are over 40,000 electric car charging stations, surpassing the 34,000 gas...

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...

3 Ways to Make Your Costa Rica Home More Energy Efficient

Give your home an energy makeover for the new year with these three simple tips! According to a report completed by students of Worcester Polytechnic...

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...

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...

Salary adjustment proposal would benefit agricultural workers

This Monday a negotiation started to adjust the private sector salary, and amongst three proposals implemented by the worker's representatives one is much higher...

New Aerial Monorail Metro System for Costa Rica

Through presentations and interviews, a new project has been announced for Costa Rica. It has to do with the Aerial Monorail; a solution to...

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...

The new face of Architecture

How Green Technologies will shape the face of Costa Rica Costa Rica has announced that there will be an integration of Solar Energy into the...
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