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Biofuels would be produced at Chinese refinery in Limón, says Costa Rica oil chief

News of the agreement came as Costa Rican and Chinese officials reached consensus Friday on how to move forward with the $1.5 billion project after the Comptroller General’s Office canceled the previous project over a conflict of interest in 2013.

Former US Ambassador to Costa Rica Anne S. Andrew launches pongamia biofuels venture

Andrew thinks Costa Rica's Guanacaste region is ideal for growing pongamia, thanks to the northwestern province's hot, dry climate. Parts of Guatemala, a leading producer of palm oil, also are well suited to the leguminous tree, which requires less water and fertilizer than other crops, she said.

Costa Rica opens the door to more renewable energy generation

Small-scale energy production, such as solar panels, saw a regulatory hurdle removed that could help combat late-dry season energy rationing and reduce the country’s reliance on petroleum. The country’s electricity regulator, the Public Services Regulatory Authority, announced a series of changes on Wednesday.

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