Guinea-Bissau

Not to be confused with its namesake neighbor, the name of its capital, Bissau, was added to the country’s name to avoid confusion. This former Portuguese colony is now in a state of stability after major political parties have agreed to work together and put the country first before any ideology.

Heavily reliant on fishing and farming for exports, Guinea-Bissau’s economy needs a major boost to help it get right back on track. An IMF-backed reform program is in place to help improve the economic climate. The government is now moving towards building and refurbishing infrastructure to help industries recover.

Areas or industries that require temporary power plants:

      • Agriculture Industry
      • Fishing Industry

As Guinea-Bissau works toward rebuilding its damaged facilities, additional power to support the grids are needed. Altaaqa Global can deploy 20 MW to 100 MW power plants to supply power for large-scale rebuilding. Available power solutions to assist the temporary power plants are provided to maximize the power package.

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

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