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Did Costa Rica Really Use 99% Renewable Energy in 2015?

Recent developments call into question the validity of ICE’s claim. Costa Rica blew-up the media at the beginning of 2015, announcing it had gone 285...

Oil and gas create conflict near Isla Bolanos

Executive summary: Having the right to exploit the potential multi-million dollar deposits of oil and gas below the Pacific Ocean could be one of the...

Costa Rica Exceeds Wind Generation Record

Wind continues to consolidate as the 2nd source in contribution within the country's electricity matrix. The Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) reported that the...

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,...

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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Costa Rica has Brought its 1st “Hydrogen Bus”

This means of transport is part of the Hydrogen Ecosystem project promoted by the Costa Rican former astronaut Franklin Chang Díaz, which is based...

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...

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...

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...
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