Estonia

After centuries of occupation by other countries, Estonia attained independence after the collapse of the Soviet Union. It is now a parliamentary republic and has the highest GDP per person among the former Soviet republics.

Being a member of the EU means Estonia is a high-income economy. Technology, energy (renewable wind energy), construction and other small-scale industries make up the key sectors of the country’s economy. As the industries grow, the need for energy grows along with it. Old infrastructure must be upgraded and new facilities must be built to be able to cope with the ever-growing demand.

Areas or industries that may require interim power solutions:

      • Technology Industry
      • Construction Industry
      • Power Utility Industry

Altaaqa Global is able to supply the temporary power plants to support the need for more power, as more infrastructure is built. The company’s rapid deployment and installation of the latest eco-friendly interim power plants assures Estonia of a constant source of electricity when needed and where needed.

Want to know more? Visit our website at http://www.altaaqaglobal.com

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