Electric Cars: New Charging Stations

In the last two months of the year, the Costa Rican Electricity Institute will install 28 new battery recharging stations for this type of vehicle at various points nationwide.

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Because the new stations are quick rechargeable, they will be able to charge the battery of electric cars in less than 40 minutes and will have the most popular types of connectors globally.

See "Electric Cars: Who Are the Potential Buyers?"

The stations will have the necessary equipment to charge vehicles with combo 1 connectors, which are common in American and European cars, Chadermo, which are used by Japanese and Asian units, and Gbt, which are used by cars assembled in China.

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Nacion.com reviews that according to the Regulation of Electric Recharge Centers, the new stations should "... be installed in places like Alajuela, Heredia, Quepos, Jacó, Guápiles, Sixaola, among others."

The article adds that "... With this installation, electric car users would find a recharging station belonging to ICE at least every 80 kilometers. In addition to the 28 electric chargers, the Institute has another 46 active points."

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"Requirements are for 100 sedans or hatchback cars driven solely by an electric motor whose energy comes from a battery storage system, which is simultaneously directly charged from an external electricity source.  These cars do not have an internal combustion engine. With capacity for 5 people of approximately 75kg and with a height of 1.70 meters, comfortably seated. (5 places because this acquisition is being made to replace vehicles of the same capacity). 

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The Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad is preparing a tender in which it plans to allocate $5 million for the acquisition of 100 electric vehicles.

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Costa Rica: Charging Stations for Electric Cars

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The Power and Light Company will invest in installation of 22 charging stations for electric cars.

During this year the company will invest close to $ 100 thousand in the installation of two fast-charging stations and 20 slow load centers in the metropolitan area.

Allan White, director of Innovation and Energy Efficiency of National Power Company (CNFL) told Elfinancierocr.com, "...

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