Samoa was a former colony of New Zealand until it became independent in 1962. The islands used to be called Western Samoa until the country removed “Western” from its name in 1997.
Agriculture, fishing, remittances from Samoans overseas and foreign aid make up the economy of Samoa. The government is now concentrating on tourism, seen as viable source of revenue in the foreseeable future.
Areas or industries that may require interim power solutions:
- Tourism Industry
- Agriculture Industry
- Construction Industry
- Utility Power Generation Industry
Altaaqa Global can supply Samoa with the needed energy as the country builds more infrastructure to accommodate the growth of its tourism sector. Rental power solutions is the answer to all of the island’s electricity needs. Round-the-clock customer service is also available anytime Samoa needs it.