Guyana

One of the few non-island countries on the Caribbean, Guyana was a British colony until it gained its independence in 1966. The country is moderately stable and has been showing good economic growth. With the right investment and proper economic plans, the potential of the country can be maximized.

Agriculture and minerals largely contribute to Guyana’s economy. The government is currently capitalizing on the current success of writing off USD 800 million of debt. The country is now focusing on building infrastructure to help grow the economy.

Areas or industries that require temporary power plants:

      • Agriculture Industry
      • Mining Industry

Altaaqa Global can help Guyana by providing temporary power plants to supply power to the construction industry. Modern 20 MW to 100 MW temporary power plants and comprehensive power solutions are available to support the country’s effort to expand industries to help the economy grow.

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

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