Cuba

The largest island in the Caribbean, Cuba is a developing country with a high life-expectancy and literacy rate. Though technically still under an embargo, the country has enjoyed a relatively good economy and was rated highly for sustainable development by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).

Cuba performs a balancing act between loosening a socialist economic system and maintaining political control. The country is the second largest supplier of nickel and fifth in cobalt production. Tourism is also a thriving industry in Cuba. Cuba’s government is now seeking to add to the existing infrastructure to encourage expansion in the mature industries and take advantage of a recently discovered potential source of oil and natural gas.

Areas or industries that may require interim power solutions:

      • Mining Industry
      • Tourism Industry
      • Oil Industry
      • Utility Power Industry

As new facilities are being built and old ones upgraded, Cuba’s drive for additional infrastructure naturally necessitates additional power. Altaaqa Global can supply and install the latest 20 MW to 100 MW temporary power plants to help provide safe and reliable energy. Cost-effective and efficient power solutions are also available as part of a comprehensive power package.

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