Bordered by the Black Sea, Romania is located in the middle of Central and Southeastern Europe. After the fall of communism, the country set off its path towards democracy and capitalism. After a decade of economic struggle, Romania’s economy is on an upswing and is showing no signs of slowing down.
Decades of communist rule has rendered most of the infrastructure in Romania obsolete. After gradually implementing reforms, Romania has bounced back with tourism and science & technology giving the country’s economy a boost. Transportation is also vital, owing to its location. The government is expected to prioritize this sector’s modernization.
Areas or industries that may require interim power plants:
- Tourism Industry
- Science and Technology Industry
- Transportation Industry
- Construction Industry
- Power Utility Industry
Altaaqa Global backs Romania as it constructs the required infrastructure to accommodate its growing sectors. Efficient rental power solutions are available to support existing power plants and provide necessary electricity as needed.