With a population of less than 5 million, Costa Rica is committed to becoming 100% carbon neutral this year.
According to the National Centre for Energy Control, the Central American country has maintained the trend of keeping the annual share of the renewable generation above 98% since 2015.
Costa Rican legislators approved the law that prohibits the import, marketing, and distribution of polystyrene containers.
The newly devised plan involves ensuring the electric grid is capable of operating with 100 per cent renewable energy by 2030, according to The Climate Group.
New president embraces ‘titanic and beautiful task’ of complete renewable energy transition.