You do realize, that of those 7 “countries”, four of them, Bonaire, Tokelau, El Hierro and Samso aren’t actually countries but are islands with a combined population of about 35,000 people?
#6, Denmark does not have 140% renewable energy, and they are a net importer of electricity. In 2015 they consumed 33,616 GWh of electricity, but only generated 27,704 GWh and had to import 5,912 GWh. They generated 9,493 GWh of electricity from central fossil fuel power stations. That’s at least 28% fossil-fuel, not renewable, mostly coal.http://www.energinet.dk/EN/KLIMA-OG-MILJOE/Miljoerapportering/Elproduktion-i-Danmark/Sider/Elproduktion-i-Danmark.aspxhttp://www.iea.org/stats/WebGraphs/DENMARK2.pdf
#7, Portugal as you pointed out, is not 100% clean energy. They still get about 20% of their electricity from coal.http://www.iea.org/stats/WebGraphs/PORTUGAL2.pdf
And while #1, Costa Rica does get practically all it’s electricity from clean energy, they still use fossil fuels for transportation and heating. So they do not run 100% on clean energy.thecostaricanews.com - Did Costa Rica Really Use 99% Renewable Energy in 2015?the presidential office released the following energy breakdown according to Costa Rica’s energy matrix data:66% hydrocarbons18% electricity14% biomass2% coal