Tanzania gained its independence from Britain in 1961. It is located in East Africa and is made up of two states, Tanganyika and Zanzibar, which united to form what is Tanzania today.
Tourism, agriculture and mining make up Tanzania’s economy. Large deposits of gold, diamond, iron, and uranium, among others, are guaranteed earners for the country. However, outdated and unusable infrastructure is an obstacle. Energy supply is also insufficient. The government is now working to address these in order to move forward and develop its most profitable sectors.
Areas or industries that may require interim power plants:
- Mining Industry
- Tourism Industry
- Agriculture Industry
- Construction Industry
- Power Utility Industry
Tanzania is moving forward with its economy by implementing policies that will concentrate on improving its infrastructure. These operations will surely take a toll on existing power grids. Altaaqa Global can deliver rental energy plants to supply electricity when needed. Round-the-clock customer support from more than 1,700 worldwide partners are at Tanzania’s disposal.