Lesotho

Lesotho is a small, landlocked country in Africa. As there has been little development, the country is still dependent on South Africa for most of its necessities.

Lesotho relies on imports of basic necessities from South Africa, and families heavily depend on remittances from relatives working there. However, Lesotho is the largest supplier of garments to the US from Africa, and diamonds and water are the country’s significant natural resource. The sale of water and electricity (from hydroelectric plants) to South Africa offers a boost to the country’s economy, while diamond mining is expected to significantly contribute.

Areas or industries that require temporary power plants:

      • Mining Industry
      • Energy (hydroelectric power) Industry

Lesotho is taking advantage of its viable industries. More water-based facilities are being built, while diamond mining is expanding. In this light, power will be required to support the permanent power plants. Altaaqa Global can supply the latest 20 MW to 100 MW temporary power plants to provide the needed electricity. Cost-efficient power solutions and 24/7 support is vital to ensure that the building of infrastructure is continuous.

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