Togo used to be called French Togoland until its independence in 1960. French, however, is still the official language of the country. After a period of unrest, the country has recently achieved a greater level of democracy, and its economy is now steady and mending.
Togo is blessed with a climate that is conducive to farming. Agriculture remains the country’s major earner, followed by phosphate mining. Recent efforts to enact policies that will encourage more foreign investment is ongoing, and the results have so far been positive.
Areas or industries that may require rental power plants:
- Agriculture Industry
- Mining Industry
- Construction Industry
- Power Supply Industry
Togo may be one of the smallest nations in Africa, but it has big dreams for its economic future. Its current push to build infrastructure for its sectors is an indication of that aspiration. Altaaqa Global can supply Togo with interim power plants to provide electricity for its building operations. Customer support from more than 1,700 partners worldwide is available anytime and anywhere the country needs it.