Sao Tome and Principe was a former Portuguese colony until 1975. It is an island-nation located in the Gulf of Guinea, named after Saint Thomas as it was discovered on his feast day.
Cocoa is 95% of Sao Tome and Principe’s exports, with other small crops supporting the industry. Domestic food crop, however, is inadequate for local consumption, so most food and basic necessities have to be imported. Recent oil explorations have yielded positive results, so Sao Tome and Principe and Nigeria entered a joint partnership to oversee areas claimed by both countries and have them bid out to foreign oil companies.
Areas or industries that may require interim power solutions:
- Oil Industry
- Agriculture Industry
- Construction Industry
- Power Supply Industry
As Sao Tome and Principe prepares for a positive economic future, due to the discovery of oil in its waters, the government will build infrastructure to improve the country. Altaaqa Global can provide interim power solutions to assist the country’s existing power supply grids. Customizable and cost-efficient, these solutions can help Sao Tome and Principe anytime and anywhere it needs electricity.