Sparks begin to fly over Costa Rican government’s plan for electricity reform
Sparks have already begun to fly over the Costa Rican government’s plans for an electricity reform. The project was only recently presented to legislators.
Private energy producers are complaining that they are being restricted to a maximum of 35 percent of the new generation capacity.
They are also concerned that they will not be allowed to sell excess capacity from within Costa Rica and to the rest of the region.
Original source (in Spanish): La República