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    Fortunately, Antarctica is Increasing its Ice Level Faster than it is Losing

    Much is said about the effect that climate change has been having on our planet and its...

    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)...

    Costa Rican Chamber of Construction Requests National Authorities to Intervene the AyA

    Through an open letter to the President of the Republic, the Costa Rican Chamber of Construction requests the immediate intervention of the Costa Rican...

    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...

    ICE Projects Installation of Artificial Reef Megastructure in the Pacific Coast

    After the successful result of the 1st artificial reef installed in Guanacaste, the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) projects, in the medium...

    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...

    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...

    New Aqueduct, that Will Carry Water without Arsenic, Will Be Built

    With a formal ceremony, the construction of an aqueduct began, which will transport water from the Sandillal reservoir to the city of...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    BCIE Will Give US$ 750 Thousand for Feasibility Study of Electric Freight Train to...

    The Costa Rican Railway Institute (Incofer) and Presidential House presented on Monday the initiative that aims to reactivate and boost the freight train to...

    Costa Rica and Its Seismological Activities

    For nobody is a secret that Costa Rica constantly suffers from earthquakes and tremors, which is due to “Sub-duction Zones” where large tectonic plates...

    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,...

    5G Service for Smartphones Will Cover Costa Rica in 2 Years

    The Corporate Telecommunications Directorate of the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) drew up the implementation of the 5G network nationwide within a period of...

    CNE Calls for Prevention Due to the Arrival of Tropical Waves to Costa Rica

    The president of the National Commission for the Prevention of Risks and Management of Emergencies (CNE), Alexander Solis, made a call for prevention by...

    ICE Purchases 100 Electric Cars in US$ 3.5 Million to Renovate Fleet

    100 vehicles that work with diesel or gasoline will leave the fleet of the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) and will be replaced by...

    First Woman to Lead the ICE Will Bet On Modernizing Entity Businesses

    The executive president of the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) will have a woman in the head for the 1st time in history. The...
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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...

    How Kids Helped Save the Rainforest

    What would you do if you saw your backyard being destroyed?  What if your backyard actually was the rainforest in Costa Rica?  In 1999,...

    ICE encourages creation of artificial reef to protect ecosystems in Playa Hermosa

      The Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) promotes the creation of an artificial reef in Playa Hermosa Guanacaste, with the intention of contributing to the...
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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...

    Benefits Of Exporting Costa Rica Energy Questionable

    San Jose - The export of energy qualifies as a "national interest" says Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE), but several organizations think generating...

    Exhibit promotes the protection of historical heritageExposición promueve el aprecio por el patrimonio histórico

    The Centre for Culture and Tranference of Technology, part of the Communications Bureau at the Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE), is presenting an expo...

    Former Costa Rican president sentenced to five years in prison for corruption

    Miguel Ángel Rodriguez Echeverria has been sentenced to five years in prison as instigator of aggravated corruption in the ICE-Alcatel case, and has been barred from holding a public office for the next twelve years.

    SUTEL recommends the government concede cellular bands

    The Superintendent of Telecommunications (SUTEL) is the entity responsible for regulating telecommunication services and last week they made a technical recommendation to the Executive...

    Two cell phone companies bid to become ICE’s competition today

    Although the plan is to grant cell phone frequencies to three private firms, only two companies - America Movil and Telefónica - presented their...

    ICE to restrict service based on income

    by VARGAS NAYURIBE To be sure that the new 3G phone users have sufficient funds to pay their Kölbi plans each month, the Costa Rican...

    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...

    Another delay from ICE

    by TCRN Staff The Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE) has once again postponed the sale of prepaid cell lines to late March early April. Originally they...

    ICE ensures cellular coverage via Caldera

    by TCRN Staff The Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE) reported that the new San Jose-Caldera highway is covered by the new 3G cellular network for...

    ICE asks customers to save energy

    by TCRN Staff The Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE) are calling on its subscribers to save energy during this dry season, before we see a...

    Some ICE Customers Intitled to Refund

    By TCRN Staff The ICE cell phone customers who paid a fee for their TDMA line greater than ¢ 12,500, are entitled to to a...
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