Latvia is the least populated member of the EU, and is located in the Baltic region. After gaining independence in 1991, after the fall of the Soviet Union, it embarked on a slow and steady process of privatizing all state-owned companies – and through this, the economy was seen to grow.
Latvia’s has a highly developed transit services industry. Agriculture and manufacturing also largely contributes to the country’s economy. Latvia also uses hydroelectric power to support existing power grids. Currently, the government is seeking ways to improve on its industries by building additional infrastructure.
Areas or industries that require temporary power plants:
- Agriculture Industry
- Manufacturing Industry
Altaaqa Global can help Latvia in its push for a better economy. Temporary power plants can support existing power grids as infrastructure is built. Available 20 MW to 100 MW temporary power plants, which are part of an efficient power solution package, are ready to be quickly deployed to Latvia to provide the required electricity.
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