Somalia is located at the Horn of Africa. It used to be a colony of the British until its independence in 1960. The country emerged from a protracted civil war and is now undergoing massive reforms and rebuilding of its infrastructure.
Somalia has a healthy informal economy, even with little support from the government. Agriculture and telecommunications are very strong earners for the country’s economy. The challenge is to make sure that this growth expands outside the capital of Mogadishu. The country is now making inroads into prioritizing the rebuilding of infrastructure devastated by the civil war.
Areas or industries that may require interim power solutions:
- Agriculture Industry
- Telecommunications Industry
- Construction Industry
- Power Utility Industry
Somalia has the potential to rise above the devastation brought by the civil war. Constant rebuilding of infrastructure to replace those destroyed is the country’s utmost priority. Altaaqa Global is committed to help Somalia by supplying electricity to ongoing projects with its rental power solutions. Twenty-four-by-seven customer support is also available from more than 1,700 worldwide partners.