Suriname is located in the northern part of South America. It was first occupied by the Spanish in 16th century, followed by the English in the mid-17th century. The Dutch were the last colonizers of the country until it granted independence to Suriname in 1975. It is the only country in the Americas that speak Dutch.
Mining, oil, ecotourism and agriculture sectors make up Suriname’s economy. The government is capitalizing on the opportunities that ecotourism affords and is currently building facilities to accommodate it.
Areas or industries that may require interim power plants:
- Mining Industry
- Agriculture Industry
- Ecotourism Industry
- Construction Industry
- Power Utility Industry
As Suriname takes advantage of the boom in its sectors, infrastructure is being built to support the growth. Altaaqa Global’s rental power solutions are the answer to Suriname’s supplemental electricity requirements. The latest temporary power plants are available along with 24/7 customer support for maximum efficiency.