Uzbekistan is located in Central Europe and was a part of the Soviet Union until the USSR’s dissolution in 1991. The country has adopted a gradual transition to a market-based economy, a move that has yielded positive results.
Uzbekistan has the fourth-largest gold deposits in the world. It also has substantial uranium deposits, along with oil and gas reserves. Cotton production is also a major contributor to the country’s economy. The government is taking advantage of the development of these sectors and is currently seeking to expand them.
Areas or industries that may require temporary power solutions:
- Mining Industry
- Oil and Gas Industry
- Agriculture Industry
- Construction Industry
- Power Utility Industry
Altaaqa Global can supply temporary power plants from 20 to 100 MW as Uzbekistan requires additional electricity to power the construction of infrastructure for its growing sectors. This is part of a cost-effective energy solution geared to help the country achieve maximum productivity while relieving the pressure on existing power grids.