Uganda was a former colony of Britain until its independence in 1962. After decades of authoritarian rule, Uganda is now enjoying relative stability and economic growth.
Blessed with natural resources and a favorable climate, Uganda’s economy is made up of agriculture, mining, oil and natural gas. The country is now working to take advantage of these natural characteristics to sustain economic growth and alleviate the lives of the masses.
Areas or industries that may require interim power plants:
- Agriculture Industry
- Mining Industry
- Oil Industry
- Natural Gas Industry
- Construction Industry
- Power Supply Industry
As Uganda builds the necessary infrastructure for its sectors, power will be in high demand. Altaaqa Global can commit to deliver temporary power generators to supply electricity to projects. This is part of a comprehensive energy solution package to aid Uganda in its bid to improve facilities.