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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 […]
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