Electricity Institute Brings Services to Buenos Aires

April 15, 2005

RESIDENTS of Buenos Aires, in thesouthern province of Puntarenas, haveelectricity in their homes and businessesfor the first time, thanks to the constructionof a new electric line by the CostaRican Electricity Institute (ICE).According to an ICE statement, thenew line measures 28 kilometers, serves232 clients, and required an ICE investmentof ¢174 million ($373,591). Schoolsin the towns of El Jorón, La Maravilla, LaFortuna and Capri are among the buildingsthat benefit from the new service.

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