Libya is the 17th largest country in the world, with the 10th largest proven oil reserves. After 42 years of rule by Gaddafi, the country is now ready to face a new future, with a newly elected parliament and prime minister.
In spite of Libya’s enormous wealth, not much infrastructure was built during Gaddafi’s reign. The country now has a fresh start, and the citizens are taking advantage of this newly found freedom to start small businesses. The priority of the present government is to rebuild areas that were devastated by the uprising and to build infrastructure to accommodate viable industries (aside from oil) that will help the country get back on its feet.
Areas or industries that require temporary power plants:
- Construction Industry
- Oil Industry
Libya’s rebuilding efforts requires a lot of work and an enormous amount of energy. Altaaqa Global can deliver temporary power plants to support existing grids and supply power for infrastructure construction activities. Advanced 20 MW to 100 MW temporary power plants, as part of a customized power solutions package, are readily available for rapid deployment 24/7.
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