British Virgin Islands

A group of islands near Puerto Rico, The British Virgin Islands is part of the Virgin Islands Archipelago, made up of the US Virgin Islands and the Spanish Virgin Islands. Though under British rule, its economy is tied to the US Virgin Islands.

The economy is very dependent on tourism – which contributes approximately 45% to the GDP. Offshore banking services is also a thriving industry. These sectors make the islands in the archipelago very prosperous. In addition, the livestock industry is a viable source of income, since the soil in the islands are not particularly arable. Tourism infrastructure is constantly upgraded, hence electricity is always needed.

Areas or industries that may require temporary power generators:

      • Tourism Industry
      • Construction Industry
      • Power Utility Industry
      • Banking and Financial industry

As tourism facilities are upgraded, more power is needed to support the existing power grids. Altaaqa Global’s interim power plants are available to support the existing grids as part of an efficient power solution package.

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