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    Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Will Spread All Over Costa Rica

    All around the world, the extensive –and also intensive– use of fossil hydrocarbons, especially coal and oil, as the main sources of fuel throughout...

    Draft law to support electric vehicles and clean energy

    Costa Rica started the movement toward vehicle renovation to become a country that incentivizes the use of electric vehicles and clean energy. A preliminary study revealed...

    Caribbean Mega Port Will Utilize Solar, Wind, and Tidal Systems to Generate Power

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The new ocean terminal in Moin, Limon will operate on clean energy through solar panels, wind turbines and...

    Costa Rica Wins in the International Energy Market

    Costa Rica restarts its geothermal energy exploitation in the National Park Rincon de la Vieja, it is also preparing to participate more aggressively in...

    Costa Rica’s Alternative Energy Future

    Contradicting actions by the Costa Rican government have environmental and renewable energy groups questioning Costa Rica’s intentions of being an eco- and environmental-friendly country.Contradicting actions by the Costa Rican government have environmental and renewable energy groups questioning Costa Rica’s intentions of being an eco- and environmental-friendly country.

    Costa Rica to Double Power Generation Within 6 Years

    by MERCEDES R. AGUERO According to ICE's Expansion of Electricity Generation Plan for 2010-2021, next year and through 2016 ICE will operate at least 14...

    United Biofuels of America Hosts the Second Jatropha Harvest Experience in Costa Rica

    The Jatropha Harvest Experience was held in Costa Rica, April 7 – 10, 2010. This event developed by United Biofuels of America (UBA), is...

    Good news for the Costa Rican Environment

    By: Lance Harrell Anne Slaughter Andrew has been nominated by US President Obama to head the U.S Embassy in Costa Rica. Andrew, a graduate of Georgetown...
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