Pittsburgh company chosen to help Costa Rica transition to renewable energy

Pittsburgh company chosen to help Costa Rica transition to renewable energy

San José, Costa Rica: city center skyline with mountans in the background - central business district - photo by M.Torres MTCURADO

PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh-based Chromalox will serve as a primary partner in helping Costa Rica with its plans to decarbonize the country by 2050.

The Costa Rican Institute of Electricity chose Chromalox, which provides electric heating technology, to assist in transitioning the country to 100 percent renewable power sources. Chromalox focuses on carbon-free industrial steam and heating applications.

Read more in the Pittsburgh Business Times.

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