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What happens after your country runs on 99 percent renewable electricity?

Photo collage of Marco Jiménez Chavez and Kenneth Lobo Méndez in a composition of yellow organic shapes.
Kenneth Lobo Méndez, director of planning and sustainability in electricity management, and Marco Jiménez Chavez, an engineer, at the state-run electricity utility Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE). | Collage by Israel Vargas | Photos by Justine Calma

Costa Rica gets more than 99 percent of its electricity from renewables — it’s still not enough.

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