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    Costa Ricans Will Greatly Benefit With the Generation of Solar Energy Thanks to New...

    To boost the energy sector and streamline its processes, the Ministry of Environment and Energy (MINAE) has...

    Get to Know Which Are the 7 Chakras of Our Body

    Assuming that we are made of energy, the Chakras within us are the energy centers of the...

    The “Chakras”, Your Body’s Energy Points

    The "Chakras" are the main agents of regulation for our energy field, acting, as well as transforming...

    How to Cleanse Your Spirit and Enjoy a Happier Life

    The body has energy flow centers, these can be blocked and thus prevent vital energy from flowing...

    Costa Rica’s Energy Challenge

    At 5:30 am of any workday, you get up, turn on the radio or television, and get ready to do your housework....

    Electric Bus Will Tour UCR Campus Promoting Its Technology

    During the closing of this year, an electric bus will provide internal service for students, staff, and visitors at the Rodrigo Facio...

    The Highest Energy Generation in Costa Rica Was Achieved in August 2019

    The national electricity generation reached the highest figure last August for a single month, according to the National Energy Control Center (CENCE)...

    High Vibrational Living and Why You Need To Consider It

    High vibrational living!? You may have heard this buzz word around the water cooler lately and wondered to yourself, what does it mean? Google,...

    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,...

    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...

    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...

    Arduous Way of Costa Rica to Go beyond Its Fame of Sustainable Country

    An advertising postcard of Costa Rica shows a privileged country for substantial -intense rains- water and rivers, hydroelectric development benefited from allowing...

    North American – Costa Rican Cultural Center Installed 459 Solar Panels in San Pedro...

    The North American - Costa Rican Cultural Center (CCCN) continues to increase the generation of renewable energy in its facilities, now with...

    Curiosities of Costa Rica that You Should Know…

    This beautiful country of Central America, with a vast pre-Columbian history and coveted by the conquerors for the gold of its territory,...

    Costa Rica Will Install 34 Fast Charging Centers for Electric Vehicles

    Last Tuesday, the map -where the fast charging centers for electric vehicles will be located- was unveiled for December 2019. At the...

    Coffee Will Be Roasted with Energy from Solar Panels in the Southern Zone

    A set of 29 solar panels will start giving energy to the coffee roaster and the rural shelter of a 36-women association...

    Import of Electric Vehicles to Costa Rica Increased 775% from 2017 to 2018

    In Costa Rica, the approval of the Law of Incentives and Promotion for the Electric Transport aroused a greater interest of the...

    RECOPE Will Be Transformed into a Public Company of Alternative Energies

    A new bill proposes transforming the Costa Rican Petroleum Refinery (Recope) into a public alternative energy company. The initiative...

    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...

    Costa Rica Is Running Only with Renewable Energy in the Last Months

    Costa Rica has achieved an extraordinary milestone in the history of green energy. Only with renewable energies, this country has been operating...

    Decarbonization Projects Will Be Promoted in the New Development Banking Plan toward 2024

    The Banking System for Development (SBD) on Thursday unveiled a new strategic plan for 2020-2024 that seeks to strengthen inclusion in an efficient but,...

    New Fire Stations Will Keep Rainwater and Generate Their Own Electricity

    In March of next year (2020), the 2 new metropolitan fire stations must be completed, located 100 meters north of the station...

    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 Extended Prohibition of Oil Exploitation Until 2050

    The President of the Republic, Carlos Alvarado and the Minister of Environment and Energy, Carlos Manuel Rodríguez, signed a decree that extends the prohibition...

    Decision to Mix Gasoline with Ethanol “Goes Ahead”

    The Government is moving forward in its proposal to mix super and regular gasoline with ethanol (gasohol) and place it on the market the...

    The Largest Solar Park in Costa Rica Is Being Built in San Carlos

    COOPELESCA RL has been working hard in recent years to diversify its current energy matrix with renewable sources, generate 100% of the electricity consumed...

    Why Inspirational Quotes Motivate Us

    At some point, each person understands that it is time to change his life, start doing something differently or change his attitude toward some...

    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...

    What to Do If Your Card Is Not Accepted at Gas Stations

    Law N° 9416 -To Improve the Fight against Tax Fraud- makes it clear that businesses are obliged to accept -without exception- credit and/or debit...

    The Impact of World Petroleum Prices for Costa Rica

    In Costa Rica, the oil bill is considered a never-ending issue since, for many ones, it is the cause of affecting their pockets every...

    Are You Traveling in Costa Rica? These Tips Will Help You Save Fuel!

    Most Costa Ricans are on vacation, so trips to the beach or distant mountains are very common. To vacation, it is necessary to budget...

    Costa Rica Maintains Clean Energy Record for the 4th Consecutive Year

    Costa Rica exceeded in 2018, for the 4th consecutive year, 98% of its electricity production with clean sources, informed the Costa Rican Institute of...

    Costa Rica Will Explore Being the Host Country of COP25, for 2019

    Due to its worldwide progress on the path towards Decarbonization, Costa Rica is exploring the possibility of being the host country of the Convention...

    INCOFER Approves the Purchase of 8 New Trains with the Latest Technology

    The Costa Rican Institute of Railways (INCOFER) announced that on December 3rd, 2018, the Board of Directors of the institution approved the purchase of...

    220 Kilometers in an Electric Vehicle Costs Just US$ 2

    In order to travel 220 kilometers in a conventional vehicle, at least ₡ 15,000 (US$ 25) are required in gasoline; but in an electric...

    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...

    Fidélitas University Enters the C-Neutral Country Program

    The headquarters of the Fidélitas University, in Heredia, joined the select group of companies and institutions that obtain a place within the Country Program...

    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...

    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,...

    Gabriela Camino and Her “Camino Real” to Agriculture and Music in Uvita

    Beyond the incredible biodiversity that Costa Rica has, there are human talents with diverse passions, professions, and thoughts. Gabriela Camino is a very talented...
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