Costa Rica: Development of Free Zone delayed until 2010
At the moment, users of the free zones in the north of the country cannot be guaranteed quality electric energy at a reasonable price.
Monday, September 1, 2008
The plan is that the supply of energy will come from Cubujuqui, a hydroelectric project that will generate 20 megawatts and that will cost approximately $40 million.
The 2008 project to develop a business park in the north is still stalled.
Urban growth in the east of the Costa Rican capital is underpinned by investment proposals in the Special Economic Zone of Cartago.
Built with an investment of $65 million, the hydroelectric plant will supply 20% of demand in the north of the country, generating a total of 22.4 MW.
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