64 MW Capacity
Basochhu hydropower plant in Wangduephodrang is one of the power plants/profit centres of DGPC. The plant comprises of an upper stage and a lower stage.
336 MW Capacity
Chhukha hydropower plant in south-west Bhutan is the oldest power plant/profit centre of DGPC.
60 MW Capacity
Kurichhu hydropower plant is located on Kurichhu in eastern Bhutan, in Gyalpozhing, Mongar.
720 MW Capacity
MHP located in Trongsa in central Bhutan, is a power plant of Druk Green Power Corporation Limited.
1020 MW Capacity
Tala hydropower plant is located downstream of Chhukha hydropower plant. The detailed project report was prepared in October 1993.
Generation Details (April 2023)
Domestic Sale (MU)
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Druk Green Consultancy
Druk Green Consultancy was established to build competencies in hydropower development to provide expert services within the country, and eventually provide services beyond the Kingdom.
Hydropower Research and Development Centre
HRDC was set up to develop experts who can undertake specialised works and focus on research-oriented services to improve efficiency. HRDC shares its experiences and competencies by imparting training and participating in international events.
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Corporate Social Responsibility
DGPC, in fulfilling its vision and mission, plays a major role in supporting the communities through its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives. DGPC continues to improve the quality of life of the communities through long-term value creation for all stakeholders. This objective is for aligning DGPC’s CSR with Bhutan’s overarching development policy of “Gross National Happiness”.
Towards achieving this, DGPC continues to support community related religious, educational, social, and environmental activities that are in the greater interests of the Bhutanese public through donations and contributions.