Located in Southeast Africa, Malawi was a British colony until its independence in 1964. Although heavily dependent on foreign aid, the country has taken steps to expand its economy, improve education and healthcare, and be financially independent.
Agriculture is the main economic driver of Malawi. The government is currently seeking to develop a market economy and to hone other viable industries to support agriculture. Currently, the country’s challenges are unreliable power, water shortages and sub-par transportation and telecommunications infrastructure. Recognizing this, the government is now gradually looking to address these deficiencies for the country to move forward.
Areas or industries that may require rental power plants:
- Agriculture Industry
- Power Industry
- Construction Industry
- Power Utility Industry
Malawi may have a long and tough road ahead, but Altaaqa Global is here to help. Power will be in high demand as Malawi builds infrastructure to accommodate its growing industries. Temporary power plants from 20 MW to above 100 MW are available for quick deployment to any place they are needed in the country. Customized power solutions are also available, along with 24/7 support.
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