We have temporarily suspended disconnections for nonpayment in response to the pandemic.
To be innovative and efficient power utility driving the socio-economic transformation of Bhutan.
To provide affordable, adequate, reliable and quality electricity services to customers.
Culture & Value
Integrity, mutual respect for each other, professionalism, accountability, care, and “Tha Dhamtse”.
Bhutan Power Corporation Limited (BPC)
was formed as an offshoot of the erstwhile
Department of Power, the then Ministry
of Trade and Industry and was lunched as
Public Utility Company on 1st July 2002
with an objective that the corporatization
of the utility functions would lead to greater
efficiency and better delivery of electricity
supply services in the power sector.
Later, the Ownership was transferred to Druk
Holding and Investment Limited (DHI), the
commercial arm of the Royal Government of
Bhutan, established in 2007 upon issuance
of Royal Charter in 2007 “to hold and
manage the existing and future investments
of the Royal Government for the long term
benefit of the people of Bhutan”
The Memorandum of Understanding was signed on 10th July, 2020 between Department of Renewable Energy, MoEA and Bhutan Power Corporation to implement the 180kW Pilot Solar Power Project at Rubessa. The project cost is around 200,000 USD and shall be implemented over a period of 9 months. BPC shall do the designing, procurement and installation of the pilot solar project with grid connection at 11kV level. The main outcomes of the project shall be to demonstrate and test the feasibility and viability of the large scale solar technology in Bhutan and to build the institutional capacity.
This is to inform all that the deadline for the submission of application for the post of Head, Khalangze Power House, ESD, Mongar, has been extended until July 3, 2020 5:00 PM with the same terms & conditions.