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Getting my Head Out of the Clouds

As I begin to plan for my flight back to Tampa and my upcoming graduation, I am immensely grateful that I had the chance to collaborate with the University of South Florida Civil and Environmental Engineering program as well as the University of Georgia Costa Rica campus. 230 more words

Costa Rica

Que Chiva

“Que chiva!”

This is a new phrase I learned from Brenda, Doña Alicia’s granddaughter who introduced me to the book Walking with Wolf (mentioned in a previous blog). 164 more words

Costa Rica

Stepping into History

On July 2nd we pulled over on “La Trocha” – a steep, winding road with sweeping views of the Gulf of Nicoya.  We were coming back from a trip into the nearby town of Santa Elena and Doña Alicia 533 more words

The Future Of #Energy Might Look Pretty Amazing (VIDEO) @tachyeonz

@tachyeonz : You’re already familiar with solar power, wind power, and even water power. But when it comes to the future of energy, those renewable power sources soon could be old news. 20 more words


TransCo and the big beneficiaries of feed in tariff

* This is my article in BusinessWorld last July 20, 2016.

The Philippines’ expensive electricity prices in Asia — second only to Japan — was highlighted once again in a paper by The Lantau Group (TLG) during the Asia Clean Energy Forum (ACEF) 2016 at the ADB last June. 811 more words

Italy's Enel Green Power exits Egypt's renewable energy market over price and arbitration disagreements

Italy’s Enel Green Power has exited the Egyptian renewable energy market and is seeking compensation for investments it has already injected, according to Al-Borsa newspaper. 516 more words

Biological wizardry ferments carbon monoxide into biofuel

Cornell University biological engineers have deciphered the cellular strategy to make the biofuel ethanol, using an anaerobic microbe feeding on carbon monoxide – a common industrial waste gas. 8 more words

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