Slovenia is located in the southern part of Central Europe. It was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until the First World War, then became a republic of Yugoslavia after the second. Full independence was achieved in 1991.
Slovenia has a very strong economy and is considered to be the wealthiest among the Slavic states. Manufacturing, tourism and energy are the country’s strongest sectors. The energy industry is of note, as the country is largely reliant on renewable sources of energy.
Areas or industries that may interim power plants:
- Manufacturing Industry
- Tourism Industry
- Construction Industry
- Power Supply Industry
Slovenia is on the right track in terms of their economy. This translates to a boom in infrastructure, which results in a high demand for power. Altaaqa Global is up to the challenge, as it can supply the country with temporary power generators for all its electricity needs. Round-the-clock customer support is also available from more than 1,700 partners worldwide.