Grenada is an island nation on the Caribbean discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1498. Colonized by the French, then by the British, the island is now independent. Grenada is one of the smallest independent countries in the world and is also known as the “Island of Spice”, as it is one of the biggest exporters of nutmeg.
Grenada was hit by successive hurricanes in 2004 and 2005. The natural disasters severely affected the agriculture industry, of which nutmeg and cocoa crops were the main source of income. Since then, tourism (and ecotourism) has replaced spice exports as the main revenue earner. The agriculture industry is still being revitalized and will hopefully be back to pre-hurricane conditions.
Areas or industries that require temporary power plants in Grenada:
- Agriculture Industry
- Tourism Industry
- Power Utility Industry
As Grenada rebuilds its facilities after the devastating hurricanes in 2004 and 2005, there is a need for power that may not be supported by the current grids. Altaaqa Global can deliver 20 MW or above 50 MW temporary power plants to supply power to infrastructure construction activities. They are equipped with comprehensive power solutions that will greatly contribute to Grenada’s rebuilding efforts.
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