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    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...

    Self-Sustaining Neighborhoods Will Eventually Come to Costa Rica

    What is ReGen Villages? ReGen Villages is a startup real estate development company aiming to build small, self-sustaining residential communities around the world. The 1st...

    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...

    ENERGY EFFICIENCY CONFERENCE

    This 2016, on Friday, September 30, Costa Rica is invited to participate in the upcoming “Energy Efficiency Conference”.   You may be wondering, “what is...
    Dr. Franklin Chang is taking on Costa Rican development once again. | TCRN

    Franklin Chang Sets an Example for Private Energy Production

    Dr. Franklin Chang is taking on Costa Rican development once again. A new solar farm proposed by Dr. Franklin Chang’s Ad Astra Rocket Company will...

    What Can Costa Rica Learn From Honduras About Renewable Energy?

    Despite the fame Costa Rica gained at the beginning of this year for going 100+ days on completely renewable energy, Honduras is giving ticos...

    Panama Promotes Solar Power Plant Construction

    Latin America News - This week the President of Panama, Ricardo Martinelli, passed a bill that encourages the construction of solar power plants. According to...

    500 houses to get solar panels as part of clean energy project

    As part of a pilot program to promote clean energy, the roofs of 500 homes in Costa Rica will receive solar panels that can produce electricity for the company Nacional de Fuerza y Luz (CNFL).

    Costa Rica’s energy policy: An example to follow or to avoid?

    Costa Rica’s pioneering energy policy could be a reliable and cost effective alternative that will lead to a cleaner planet. But is that the case?
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