The pilot 180kW solar photovoltaic (PV) project is grid-tied, employs local contractors and workers, and an innovative and transformational approach which will contribute to Bhutan’s energy security, help generate green services and jobs, and demonstrate viability of solar energy.
The incinerator is supported through the project, Support to a Safer, More Efficient Health Waste Management, implemented by the National Environment Commission in collaboration with the Ministry of Health with support from UNDP and Government of Japan.
The Judiciary’s e-Litigation platform supported by UNDP is aimed at ensuring uninterrupted access to justice particularly for remote, far-flung communities during and beyond COVID-19 pandemic.
Parliamentarians assessed their readiness to engage on SDGs using "Parliaments and the Sustainable Development Goals"- a self-assessment toolkit developed jointly by UNDP and Inter-Parliamentary Union.
The pilot grid-tied solar project at the UN House in Thimphu launched on 8 March will demonstrate solar as a reliable energy source and serve as a key driver of energy source diversification in Bhutan.
The digital solutions are critical to ensuring quick, efficient, and safe distribution of the vaccines.

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0.8 million

Population

70.6 years

Life Expectancy at Birth

86.9%

Renewable Energy Consumption

72.3%

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