Deadline approaching for Costa Rica to set distributed generation fees
Environment and Wildlife
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Environment and Wildlife
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Deadline approaching for Costa Rica to set distributed generation fees

Lindsay Fendt - November 18, 2015

Bright sunshine isn’t anything new to Costa Rica, but broad, consumer-based distributed generation solar power soon will be, following the recent publication of an executive decree on…

Benefits of solar energy on display at 2-day San José expo
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Benefits of solar energy on display at 2-day San José expo

L. Arias - November 14, 2015

Members of the Costa Rican Association of Solar Energy (ACESOLAR) will showcase the benefits of solar energy at the second annual Exposolar 2015 fair, held Nov. 20-21 at San José's Antigua Aduana.…

Costa Rica’s capital to have solar energy powered traffic lights
Environment and Wildlife
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Environment and Wildlife
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Costa Rica’s capital to have solar energy powered traffic lights

L. Arias - September 25, 2015

Stop lights in downtown San José are about to get a "green" upgrade. The Public Works and Transport Ministry (MOPT) said Thursday that it had awarded a $1 million contract to…

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Pioneering Costa Rica’s solar push in the Central Valley: Alajuela’s Llobet and Sons

David Boddiger - September 14, 2015

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93u9OFzx1EQ&feature=youtu.be Costa Rica has always taken pride in its efforts to rely mostly on renewable energy sources instead of hydrocarbons to power its national grid. In fact,…

Hillary Clinton promises to be the US’ renewable energy president
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Hillary Clinton promises to be the US’ renewable energy president

AFP - July 27, 2015

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Hillary Clinton was set to lay out an ambitious plan Monday to invest in solar and other renewable energy sources if elected president, drawing a…

The battle over distributed generation of electricity in Costa Rica
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The battle over distributed generation of electricity in Costa Rica

Cham Brownell - April 11, 2015

An April 10 article in The Tico Times titled “ICE could sell excess energy to neighboring countries” detailed the ability for Costa Rica to lower electricity rates…

Solar plane starts second leg of epic round-the-world bid
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Solar plane starts second leg of epic round-the-world bid

Mohammed Mahjoub with Wissam Keyrouz in Abu Dhabi | AFP - March 9, 2015

MUSCAT, Oman — Solar Impulse 2 took off Tuesday from Oman, launching the second leg of its epic bid to become the first solar-powered plane to fly around the world,…