The 14th largest country in Europe, Bulgaria was a part of the Soviet Union until 1990. Since then, it has slowly moved into being a political democracy and is currently a member of NATO and the EU.
Bulgaria’s successive governments have strived to enforce economic reforms. Income is mainly derived from agriculture, with a growing science and technology sector. Mining is also a viable industry that employs a substantial percentage of the population. One of the few countries in the region that uses nuclear power plants for electricity, Bulgaria is also into the use of renewable energy and hopes to produce 16% of its electricity needs with it.
Areas or industries that may require energy rental plants:
- Agriculture Industry
- Mining Industry
- Science and Technology Industry
- Power Supply Industry
As agriculture and other industries are being boosted through improving facilities, power can be provided by Altaaqa Global, with its temporary turnkey power plants, to supply electricity to the ongoing infrastructure projects in the country.
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