Mali is located in West Africa. It was a part of the French Sudan (then known as the Sudanese Republic) until 1960, when they formed the Mali Federation with Senegal. Eventually, Senegal withdrew from the Federation, and the Sudanese Republic became the Republic of Mali.
Agriculture is Mali’s biggest industry, and cotton is its main crop. Gold mining is also a significant contributor to the economy. In the context of the energy industry, hydroelectricity supplies half of Mali’s electricity needs. However, only half of the population has access to it, and the government is still looking to improve facilities to be able to provide the necessary electricity to its citizens and industries.
Areas or industries that may require rental power solutions:
- Agriculture Industry
- Mining Industry
- Energy Industry
Altaaqa Global can help Mali by supplying temporary power plants to supply power for infrastructure construction activities. Modern and efficient 20 MW to above 100 MW temporary power plants can be deployed to support existing power grids or to operate in areas where little or no electricity is supplied. Customized power solutions and full 24/7 support is on hand for all of Mali’s power needs.
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