Meta Data Draft: NoRevision of previous policy?: YesEffective Start Year: 2018Effective End Year: 2023Scope: NationalDocument Type: Guideline, Plan/StrategyEconomic Sector: Power, Multi-SectorEnergy Types: Power, Renewable, Bioenergy, Hydropower, Solar, WindIssued by: Gross National Happiness Commission, Royal Government of BhutanSource: Gross National Happiness Commission, Royal Government of Bhutan (DZ)Gross National Happiness Commission, Royal Government of Bhutan (EN)File: 12th Five Year Plan (2018-2023) Guideline (DZ) 12th Five Year Plan (2018-2023) Guideline (EN)Overall Summary: The 12th Five Year Plan (2018-2023) Guideline is set to bring about even more well-being and Happiness for the people of Bhutan through the achievement of the Plan Objective and the Sixteen National Key Results Areas (16NKRAs) and the adoption of greater operationalization of our timeless vision of Gross National Happiness (GNH). Related Documents Other policies that are related to this one. 8th Five Year Plan (1998 - 2003)7th Five Year Plan (1992-1996)6th Five Year Plan (1987-1992)4th Five Year Plan (1976 – 1981)3rd Five Year Plan (1971 – 1976)2nd Five Year Plan (1967 – 1971)5th Five Year Plan (1981 – 1986)1st Five Year Plan (1961-1966)Eleventh Five Year Plan, Volume 2: Programme ProfileEleventh Five Year Plan (2013 - 2018), Volume 1: Main Document10th Five Year Plan (2008-2013), Volume 1: Main Document10th Five Year Plan (2008-2013), Volume 2: Programme Profile Renewable Energy RE action plans: The three new hydro-electricity projects, besides contributing to domestic revenues, will also enhance our installed hydroelectricity generation capacity from about 1500 MW to about 4500 MW in the 12th FYP. This would help in increasing the current firm power estimated at 300 MW to close to 900 MW, thereby, facilitating establishment of new clean green industries, FDI inflows, employment generation, economic diversification etc. in the 12th FYP. Energy Supply and Infrastructure Cooperation in connectivity: Also of significance to the future of our development will be the direction of regional cooperation, particularly in the context of trade, transit, and energy cooperation in South Asia.