24 Mar '15, 1pm

Costa Rica powered by 100 percent renewable energy for over 75 days

has achieved an extraordinary clean energy milestone by running solely on renewable energy for more than 75 days. Heavy rainfall in the region has enabled the country to completely forgo fossil fuels, and run almost entirely on electricity generated from four hydropower plants—with a little extra help from geothermal, solar and wind projects. With more renewable energy infrastructure in the works, it looks as though this trend might just continue long into the future.

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