Renewable energies have become very important nowadays in different countries of the world; Is trying to stop climate change.
Costa Rica is a country at the forefront in terms of energy innovation, becoming a benchmark worldwide.
According to data from the National Energy Control Center of the Costa Rican Electricity Institute, Costa Rica has managed to produce 98.5% of its energy from renewable resources. It uses energy sources such as
The use of renewable energy contributes at a global level to energy sustainability, as producing clean energy reduces energy dependence and promotes environmental cleanliness, because large amounts of C02 are avoided in our atmosphere.
The tourism also has a great benefit, since those companies that encourage the improvement of their infrastructure using clean energies obtain economic benefits and collaborate to improve the quality of life of the nearby communities. Sources of employment are created and education is improved, impacting on social improvement.
Any tourism activity that directs its activities in an environmentally responsible way obtains a positive recognition in the market. This will also attract tourists interested in sustainable tourism.
Costa Rica has gradually become an example, both nationally and globally, of efforts to reduce fossil fuel consumption.
The use of renewable energy in Costa Rica becomes a treasure for future generations, hoping that they can enjoy a country enriched with natural resources and healthy and progressive social policies.
We invite you to visit Costa Rica, know a little of its environmental awareness and enjoy a country that seeks to make us live in a better world.
Guanacaste is the perfect combination of beautiful beaches, National Parks with great diversity of flora and fauna, and its folklore that delights in every celebration its visitors and residents.
Tortuguero National Park is a paradise for research and ecotourism. It is possible to observe three of the five sea turtles species of Costa Rica, as the Green, Leatherback, and Loggerhead turtles.
South Caribbean, meaning of exquisite Afro-Caribbean culture, mixture of prestine beaches, exuberant nature, reguee and calypso. Place of indigenous groups that remind us of the roots of our country.