Mauritius

A succession of Dutch, French and British conquerors occupied Mauritius until its independence in 1968. Multi-ethnic and multi-lingual, the country’s claim to fame is that it was the home of the Dodo bird, which eventually became extinct decades after its discovery.

The economy of Mauritius has diversified through the years. Once highly dependent on agriculture, the country now has tourism, textiles, sugar and banking greatly contributing to its economy. Foreign and local investments have helped Mauritius, as the government improved and added more sectors. Though meeting some challenges in terms of availability of natural resources, renewable energy is extensively used in the country.

Areas or industries that may require rental power plants:

      • Agriculture Industry
      • Tourism Industry
      • Construction Industry
      • Utility Power Industry

As Mauritius steadily grows its economy, more infrastructure is needed. Power will be in high demand, and Altaaqa Global can provide the latest and most advanced temporary power plants to supply power to construction activities. The generators are part of comprehensive power solutions package that will supply Mauritius with the necessary electricity as needed.

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