Sri Lanka is an island-nation on northern Indian Ocean. It used to be called Ceylon, where the world famous Ceylon Tea came from. The island used to be controlled by the Portuguese in the 16th century, followed by the Dutch in the 17th century. It was, then, ceded to the British until its full independence in 1948, which prompted the country to change its name to Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka is currently reconstructing and implementing new developmental projects after the war with the Tamil insurgents. Agriculture, tourism and small-scale manufacturing remain strong economic contributors, supported by remittances from overseas Sri Lankans.
Areas or industries that may require energy solutions:
- Agriculture Industry
- Manufacturing Industry
- Tourism Industry
- Construction Industry
- Power Supply Industry
Sri Lanka’s push to rebuild infrastructure damaged by the civil war will require an increased amount of energy that existing power grids may find hard to supply. Altaaqa Global can help the country by offering the latest temporary power plants to provide the much needed electricity. As part of a comprehensive power solution package, 24/7 customer support can also be availed.