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  • Contract Agreement (KHEL & CDCL)

    Agreement signed for construction of 400m of Adit 2, 2.1km of HRT and Chaplangchhu Diversion works for contract value of Nu 991.30 Million on May 26, 2021.
  • Letter of Award

    Issued LoA for the construction of 600MW KHEL on March 4,2021
  • Memorandum of Understanding

    Signed between KHEL & Consortium of Power Finance Corporation Ltd. & REC Ltd., India for financing of 600MW KHEL on March 9, 2021.
  • Signing of Concession Agreement

    The agreement was signed today (June 29, 2020) in Thimphu between KHEL and RGoB.
  • June 2, 2020

    KHEL observed Social Forestry Day by planting saplings at the barren area located in front of Trashi Yangtse Office. Dzongkhag officials led by Dasho Dzongdag were also invited.
  • Trashi Yangtse Town

    Location of KHEL office amidst beautiful town
  • SAP ERP system Go-Live

    KHEL launched the SAP ERP system on March 6, 2017
  • 600MW Kholongchhu Hydro Electric Project

    under Trashiyangtse Dzongkhag, eastern Bhutan
  • Salang Tendrel Ceremony for KHEL Colony at Doksum New Township

    Graced by H.H The Je Khenpo on December 13, 2015
  • Certificate of Incorporation

    Handed over to SJVNL and DGPC by the Minister of Economic Affairs

company registration

KHEL was regisrered on June 12, 2015.Read

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Karma Tshering, Hon'ble Secretary, Ministry of Economic Affairs, RGoB.Read



Dasho Chhewang Rinzin, Managing Director, Druk Green, Bhutan.Read

About Kholongchhu Hydro Energy Limited

The Kholongchhu Hydro Energy Limited has been under the companies Act of Kingdom of Bhutan, 2000 on 12th June 2015 for the development of 600 MW Kholongchhu Hydro Electric Project in eastern Bhutan. The earlier Pre-Feasibility Study for the Project prepared by IBRD & Dept of Power, Bhutan, under Bhutan Power System Master Plan, in the year 1993 envisaged the proposal to have the Project with an installed capacity of 290 MW. However, the Updated Power System Master Plan of Bhutan (2004) revised the installed capacity of the Project to 486 MW. 

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