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Energy price will decrease because ICE savings on fuel

By Juan Fernando Lara

The possibility that lower your electricity bill, about ¢ 70,000 monthly, was welcomed by Felix Salazar, who owns a garage in Tibás.

"Here in my studio, we use lighting, compressor, lift bridge, gas machine, drills, everything takes daily consumption. Lowering the rate, is welcome for us and our customers, "he said.

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$ 190 Million for Geothermal Power Plant in Nicaragua


Source: International Finance Corporation
Monday, November 8, 2010
The IFC will provide $ 50 million and mobilize an additional $ 140 million to support the construction of a new geothermal power plant.
This plant is the largest project in Nicaragua in over 25 years in this sector. This initiative will foster the generation of renewable energy, expand electrification and help reduce the country's dependence on imported fuels.
 

La Prensa
Sept 25, 2009

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Drought crisis would supply light
There could also be increases in electricity tariff.

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CNFL asks for 35.5% increase on electricity rate

By Manuel Avedaño

The National Power and Light Company (CNFL) asked, on Wednesday, an increase of 35.5% in the electricity tariff for its customers, with the intention of entering into force in December this year.

The requested increase in rates is divided into two categories: 25.8% for the CNFL covers purchases of electricity in 2016 and 7.7% to finance power purchases made to the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE ) in this 2015.

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Comptroller Marta Acosta: "ICE has owners: all Costa Ricans'

By Natasha Cambronero

How to get the lawsuit filed ICE?

It is not a simple issue. The Comptroller goes with everything to defend principles of high public interest: transparency and accountability to which we subject all institutions. We will assist with the usual rigor.

Do we want to undermine this demand management?

The disagreement is claiming its autonomy and independence regime interfered orders to turn you into a report of inspection, in particular the report of its subsidiary RACSA, this year. That'll discuss in court. Of course we disagree.

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