Georgia

Georgia gained its independence soon after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The country is blessed with a culture that dates back to old history. In fact, findings have indicated that the Homo Erectus walked this land during the Paleolithic era. Today, Georgia is a democratic country that recognizes its past while looking forward to the future.

Tourism, mining and agriculture have been strong earners for Georgia’s economy. The country also has a substantial hydropower sector that provides most of the energy, and the government is looking to capitalize on this industry in line with its aim to lessen the country’s dependence on natural gas.

Areas or industries that may require temporary energy solutions:

      • Agriculture Industry
      • Tourism Industry
      • Mining Industry
      • Power Supply Industry

Georgia’s present efforts to build new infrastructure and upgrade existing ones, particularly new hydropower plants, will need a lot of power. Altaaqa Global can deliver temporary power plants to supply the needed electricity. Cost-efficient 20 MW and above interim power plants with customized power solutions are ready to be deployed to support ongoing construction of facilities.

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