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70 YEARS OF WELLAND
Dealers for Diesel Generators In Bhutan
Bhutan is a landlocked nation in South Asia. Thimphu is the country's capital city and largest city and the official language is Dzongkha. The country's main export is electricity to neighboring India and has an economy that is mainly based on agriculture and forestry. The terrain is mainly mountainous which makes building infrastructure very hard and expensive to do so.
Bhutan Grid Overview
Bhutan Socket Type
Bhutan Grid Coverage
In Bhutan the grid runs at a frequency of 50Hz, this is the same frequency as most of Europe.The Voltage in Bhutan is 400V for three phase and 230V for single phase. Bhutan produces the majority of its electricity using hydroelectricity and is a large exporter of electricity to India.
In Bhutan the socket type they use are type C, D and G as shown below.
As of 2017, the Bhutan grid reached 97.7% of its population. The mountainous terrain makes fulfilling a 100% access rate difficult. Therefore the government has made off grid renewable energy products a major new development in the country.