Ireland is the third largest country in Europe and though it is separated from Britain by the Irish Sea, its long history with the mainland is the stuff of legends and movies. Currently holding peace talks with the British government, Ireland’s future is as strong as its pride and as steadfast as its beautiful history.
Agriculture has been replaced by industry and services as Ireland’s leading economic contributors. Though infrastructure and policies are separated between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, all are still channeled into three interlinks and one with Britain. Energy facilities in the country are showing signs of age and inability to operate at peak capacity. Renewable wind energy was considered to provide energy support, but the initiative was opposed by local communities as unsightly.
Areas or industries that require temporary power plants:
- Energy Industry
Ireland is currently looking at upgrading existing power infrastructure and building new ones to be able to meet the demand. Altaaqa Global can help by providing temporary power plants to bridge the gap, as new power plants are built or old ones upgraded. The latest, environmentally friendly 20 MW to 100 MW temporary power plants are part of a comprehensive power solution package that can supply the necessary electricity that Ireland needs.
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