Located in central and east Africa, Rwanda was a former Belgian colony until 1962. After decades of ethnic violence, the country has finally achieved political stability and economic growth. As a piece if trivia, it is one of the only two countries in the world where mountain gorillas can be safely visited.
Agriculture, mining and tourism are Rwanda’s main economy contributors. Energy distributed in the country was, until 2000, almost entirely supplied by hydroelectric sources. When water levels fell and electricity became scarce, diesel generators were installed to support the existing grid. At present, transportation infrastructure is also a priority of the government.
Areas or industries that may require energy solutions:
- Agriculture Industry
- Tourism Industry
- Mining Industry
- Construction Industry
- Power Generation Industry
Rwanda’s effort to improve its economy by building infrastructure is fully supported by Altaaqa Global. Interim power plants, part of a comprehensive power solution package, are available to Rwanda to support its requirement for electricity to power its sectors.