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ICE (Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad)

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ICE - Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad

Founded in 1949, Grupo ICE is a Costa Rican state-owned holding company that controls assets in electric energy generation, transmission and distribution. It also participates in the telecommunications sector. It has a total installed capacity of 1,939.37MW, which represents 79.27% of the total national production. The holding owns 100% of the transmission system of the country and provides energy to 39% of the population. In telecommunications, it has a telephony coverage of 95% of the population. It offers national telephony services through fixed and mobile lines, public pay phones, international telephony and internet connection through ICE Telecomunicaciones.

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ICE Data and Contacts

Name: ICE
Address: Sabana Norte, Edificio Central, Boulevard De Las Américas
City: San José
Country: Costa Rica
Phone number: 50-6-20007720
Website: http://www.grupoice.com/
Sector: Telecommunications
Subsectors: Carrier of Carriers

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  • Finance Manager
  • Telecommunications Manager
  • Electricity Manager
  • Institutional Resources and Logistic Manager

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