Daily News September 19, 2016

Central America’s largest hydropower plant inaugurated in Costa Rica Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solis on Friday inaugurated the 305.5-megawatt Reventazon Hydroelectric plant, which may be the biggest renewable energy project in Central America. Describing the plant as Central America’s second-largest infrastructure work after the Panama Canal, Solis gave the order to bring it fully online by switching on the fourth and last turbine. Work on the $1.4-billion plant in northern Limon province began in 2010. It is expected to power 525,000 homes, providing electricity to roughly a third of all Costa Ricans, Xinhua reports. France’s Total looks beyond Bolivia’s Incahuasi to regional gas market Oil and gas giant Total could start the second phase of its Incahuasi gas project […]

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