The republic of Belarus was a part of the former Soviet Union until it achieved independence in 1991. After the fall of communism, the country has seen some progress and there is hope that the country will rise from its current state and be a strong player in the region.
A strong industrial base inherited from the Soviet era is still in place, but is now old and less efficient. In addition, Belarus is heavily dependent on Russia for energy, oil and most products. Manpower is the only resource the country has in abundance. The government should change its policies and look for alternative ways to boost the economy while minimizing dependence on Russia. The building of power supply infrastructure is a good start.
Areas or industries that may require energy solutions:
- Manufacturing Industry
- Construction Industry
- Power Utility Industry
Altaaqa Global can deliver interim power plants to supply power for any large-scale operations. With 20 MW to 100 MW temporary power plants that can run on a variety of fuels and supply the necessary electricity in almost any conditions, Belarus is assured of support in its bid to improve their power supply grid.
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