In 1935, Persia changed its name to Iran. Home to one of the world’s oldest civilizations, the country is rich in history and culture that have influenced the world for thousands of years. Currently, the economy is not like what it used to be. Recognizing this, the government has initiated reforms to boost the economy.

Oil is Iran’s main source of economy, as it has the largest oil reserves in the world. The agriculture, manufacturing and services industries in the country are generally owned by small-scale private players. As subsidies heavily weigh down on the economy, the country is now looking to tap into other viable sectors to ease off its oil export dependence. Technology and hydropower are industries that Iran is considering, and infrastructure is being built to accommodate these sectors.

Areas or industries that require temporary power plants:

      • Oil and Natural Gas Industry
      • Technology Industry

Iran may have a tough road ahead, but with perseverance and proper economic reforms, its economy may improve. Altaaqa Global can help by supporting infrastructure construction activities with temporary power plants to supply power for large-scale operations. Armed with the latest 20 MW to 100 MW temporary power plants and cost-effective power solutions, Altaaqa Global assures Iran of unwavering support as it strives to grow its economy.

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