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...
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Energy Efficiency in the Public & Private Sector

It has become increasingly clear that energy efficiency is a low-cost route to mitigating future energy demand. All of the central imperatives of sustainability...
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Biggest Hydroelectric Plant of Central America is in Costa Rica

Once the Hydroelectric Plant started operating in 2016, Costa Rica became part of the select group of the countries in the pursuit of a...

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...

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...

Costa Rican Company Saves ¢600,000 Per Month Thanks to Solar Panels

After installing solar panels to generate all their electricity, the Costa Rican company Florex has been able to save ¢600,000 per month. The vice president...

Colombia produces Environmentally Friendly Electric Bus

The electric bus, Andino 18, which began operating March 16th between the Colombian cities of Bogota and Medellin, is a source of inspiration for...

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...
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2018 Could Be the Year of Consolidation for Electric Cars in Costa Rica

Say goodbye to gas stations, oil changes, filters, maintenance of the exhaust system, and spark plugs. Now it will depend 100% on electricity and...

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...
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