Our Goals

The company has a vision to develop clean energy in Nepal through broad-based participation of local people. The Company has its mission:

1. To build own and operate small and medium sized hydropower of the country for the benefit of the people at large.

2. To create synergy with the private sector.

3. To ensure attractive and sustainable long term return to the shareholders through prudent and sound investment practices.

Our Projects

Theule Khola Hydropower Project (1.5 MW)
  • (COD Date: 2075/03/24)

The project is accessed from Pokhara Baglung highway at Maldhunga Bridge by 21 km all season earthen/gravel road named as Kushmeshera Road crossing the Khathe Khola Bridge.

Theule Khola a small tributary of the Kaligandaki
Simkosh Khola Hydroelectric Project, 3.45 MW
  • (COD Date: 2075/03/24)

Simkosh Khola Hydroelectric Project, 3.45 MW (Proposed 4.91 , 2 hours PRoR Type) is located in Myagdi District. It utilizes water from Simkosh Khola.

Simkosh Khola a small tributary of the Myagdi River
Lower Theule Khola Hydroelectric Project (0.75 MW)
  • (COD Date: 2075/03/24)

Project with 0.75MW. Features with design head: 375 - 400 m, Design Discharge: 1.5 m3/ sec. It can be accessed via road 13 km from Maldhunga along the KG Corridor Road.

Theule Khola a small tributary of the Kaligandaki
A Word from Our

Hydropower resource is lauded as Nepal’s answer to its energy woes, yet only 3% of its full potential is currently being harnessed. Nepal possesses enormous hydroelectric potential yet the country relies on import to meet the rising demand of energy from the industry as well as households. The power system posses total installed capacity of about 1500 MW and peak demand of approximately 1450 MW. Because of the RoR type projects, the generation in dry season approximately drops down to 1/4th of the installed capacity. Besides, the demand for the electricity is expected to go up by 10% annually. Currently the country's demand is fulfilled from imports from India (especially in dry season). The Country's need is to develop peaking RoR and reservoir projects.

For the last 25 years, the government has adopted the favorable policy to involve the private sector in electricity production which attracted a number of initiatives from private entrepreneurs interested in investing in hydropower project, especially those of small and medium size. Currently 2,400 MW from 172 hydropower projects are in construction phase. The magnitude of the PRoR and Reservoir type projects are less than 200 MW. The country requires at least 700-1000 MW reservoir capacity based on the import data from India (in 2020, NEA imports approximately 750 MW during the dry season).

BHPL has played a key role in formulating the private sector friendly policy and provides advisory support to the small hydropower projects in Nepal. BHPL has set its business milestones to establish the hydropower business and have a plan to develop 14.5 MW in the next four years out of which 1.5 MW is in operation for the last three years. We believe on teamwork, inclusive development and sustainable development for the benefits company and its team.

Surya Adhikari
A Word from Our

BHPL has become a potential developer in Nepal’s small hydropower development with one project in operations and other two under development. The Group is committed to developing social and community friendly hydropower projects and in adding a step to the growth of Renewable Energy in Nepal’s power generation capacity.

We believe that clean energy, generated through well planned and executed hydro power projects, is the solution to the growing energy needs of the nation. We also believe in inclusive development and partner with local communities to generate employment and contribute to society by developing basic infrastructure, energy facilities.

The Group has talented and qualified employees and vast pool of network with deep expertise in planning, designing, financing and executing power projects, and we continuously promote the personal and professional development of our employees.

We make every effort to be the leading player in small hydropower development based on the strong foundation of our values of excellence, inclusive development, team work and innovation.

Laxmi Narayan Parajuli