Zambia was a British colony until its independence in 1964. This landlocked country in South Africa has made notable political and economic development since its independence.
Zambia is diversifying its economy. Aside from copper mining, the government is also looking at tourism, agriculture and hydropower. Facilities are currently being built to accommodate these new sectors.
Areas or industries that may require interim power solutions:
- Mining Industry
- Tourism Industry
- Agriculture Industry
- Renewable Energy (hydro-power) Industry
- Construction Industry
- Utility Power Industry
Zambia’s effort to diversify its sectors has initiated a construction boom for new infrastructure necessary accommodate them. Altaaqa Global can supply the necessary equipment, such as the latest interim power plants as part of an energy solutions package to supply electricity to Zambia’s operations.