Cameroon, a country formerly under the French rule, is located in Central Africa. It gained its independence in 1960 and currently enjoys a respectable level of economic stability compared to its African neighbors. The country is culturally and geographically blessed with beaches, deserts, mountains and rain forests spread throughout the land.

Cameroon’s economy has generally been strong. Though it started experience a correction, with help from the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, the country has reduced poverty and has privatized industries to strengthen the economy. Agriculture remains strong, and sizable oil deposits have been discovered in the country. The country’s main obstacle is the lack of roads, which hinders the mobility of people and goods. The government has recently begun the construction of several large infrastructure projects, which include a deep sea port in Kribi, a natural gas-powered plant and several hydroelectric plants.

Areas or industries that may require temporary power generators:

      • Agriculture Industry
      • Oil Industry
      • Construction Industry
      • Power Generation Industry

With agriculture and oil deposits contributing greatly to the economy of Cameroon, construction of additional facilities can be supported by Altaaqa Global’s temporary power plants. The company’s interim energy facilities have the capability to supply electricity for large-scale operations. Fast deployment and swift installation assure Cameroon that its industrial operations continue.

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