Living Football | FIFA Development in Cabo Verde, Costa Rica and England

Living Football | FIFA Development in Cabo Verde, Costa Rica and England

In the latest episode of Living Football, we continue to highlight FIFA’s efforts to make football truly global. On this occasion, we travel to Cabo Verde with a FIFA delegation to inaugurate a series of projects carried out with the support of the FIFA Forward Programme, and talk to Gelson Fernandes, FIFA Director of Member Associations Africa, about these initiatives.

We also drop in on Costa Rica, where excitement is building ahead of the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup 2022 thanks to the Vamos Juntas Tour. We conclude the episode with a visit to Leeds, England, where some of Europe’s top technical directors met to share their experiences and expertise.

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Off Grid Solar Power System in Costa Rica – Living in Costa Rica

In this video, we take a look at our Off Grid Solar Power System and see…What problems did we have? Is it worth it to install an off gird solar power system for your off grid homestead?

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In this episode of “Living in Costa Rica”, we’ll continue with the building of our off grid homestead, and today, we finally have our off-grid solar power operating!

We have a deep freezer, fridge, a couple of LED bulbs, our whole office set up for me and Rebecca. That includes her laptop and monitor, my computer and two monitors, several Alexa devices, charging stations for several different things, a rice pot, and a few more things.

Everything for our Off Grid Homestead seems to be working GREAT…until, ONE DAY…WE LOST POWER???

What happens to our off grid solar battery bank? Did the solar panels stop charging? Will we be able to live OFF THE GRID???

And then…what happens when we call the solar installer who sold us this equipment???

In Costa Rica, the word guarantee…doesn’t mean much??? But what will this guy do?

In this episode of “Living in Costa Rica and our Off Grid Homestead” we’ll update you on what has been happening.

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Building a Solar Housing Box – Installing Off Grid Internet Power

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Laying a Foundation – Off Grid Costa Rica – Building a Tool Shed

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  1. The Off Grid Solar Power System is running…but is it worth it? It already left me stranded with NO POWER right before we were supposed to go LIVE??? Find out what happened and what are the results of our Off Grid System.

  2. Hello Allen, how can i get hold of Cesar witohut payment subscription to the forum? I would like to chat with him – can you help?

  3. Wish I could make it, but it’s 6 pm here on Canadian Thanksgiving… Turbacloin… A pork tenderloin wrapped in bacon, wrapped in turkey breast pieces… Try it you non Veggie types!

  4. Thank you for producing these videos. They are really helpful for a gringo like me who is considering moving down to CR. I work in Tech and I am ready to hang up my track shoes for the rat race working in the big tech companies. We are pulling together our 2-3 year plan for moving to CR and slowing things down. We are going to be traveling down probably a total of 6 times between now and when we move down. I think we want to live on the Pacific side. I’ll be working remotely for at least another 2 – 3 years once we get down and before we sell our home here. That way it will give us time to check out the places that we really want to live and to stay in them for a period of time.

    Anyway, I ramble. When I heard about the high prices of electricity in the lower elevations I immediately thought about solar, wind, and/or geothermal. Is there enough sun in the rainy months to make solar feasible? Is wind a viable backup for solar on really cloudy and rainy days? Do you know of any geothermal homes? It seems like it might make some sense given how CR lies on the ring of fire and eco-conscious the country has become.

  5. You Guys got an awesome system, but I would like to know the reason for getting a separate charge controller.
    From the video it looks like the inverter is a all in one system so you can plug the solar panel output directly to the inverter, MPPT pv input and will work great.
    I dont understand the excess spending of 100 to 200$ on the EPever Charge Controller.

  6. You have a well designed hybrid system, like a Prius Hybrid. What type of lithium batteries, how many, and what capacity? We are going to install an off grid system near Jaco, but most of our heavy load will be supported by ICE local utility. We frequently have outages during the rainy season. We get plenty of sunshine compared to Buenos Aires, and I would love to talk to you, if you can send me your phone? I did not see the link for DC Solar you had mentioned?

  7. Do you get full charge in rainy season or do you have to run the generator everyday? (Thank you for this video…🤝 and all the others)

  8. I heard it’s not easy to get a permit to have solar. Does that depend if electricity is available in your area or what are your thoughts?

  9. 6000 dollars around that. That is not a bad price considering you are in the middle of no where. I will look for that in the Philippines 🇵🇭 thanks

  10. Is this accurate? Crossing the Panama Boarder every 90 days; the Panama Border for perpetual tourists. I am reading that Panama Boarder Agents are fed up with Costa Rica perpetual tourists. They require $500, Paid reservation for two nights in Panama Hotel, and a bus ticket indicating I will be returning to Costa Rica. You have commented before that you have been hassled at the boarder. And you are a lot more likeable American than I am!

  11. If you can help me with the battery ah,the charge controller amps,and the inverter watts; solar panels watts plis?

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