Botswana Power Corporation
or BPC is an electric power generation company in the African country of Botswana. The company enjoys a monopoly in supplying electric power in the country.
Botswana Power Corporation was established in 1970. The company supplies commercial electricity to both domestic and industrial consumers of Botswana. The Botswana Power Corporation in Botswana operates two thermal power generating stations in the country. The two electric power generation units are based at Morupule and Selebi-Phikwe. The Botswana Power Corporation of Botswana uses locally mined coal to meet is electric power generation requirements. The power generated is supplied to the national power grid.
Botswana Power Corporation is a socially responsible company. The company undertakes rural electrification programs in Botswana.
BPC connects a minimum of seven Botswana villages to the national power grid network every year. The company follows international standard practices to ensure proper and profitable functioning of the utility entity. This practice of total quality management is extended to the proper concern of its immediate natural environment. Botswana Power Corporation or BPC supplies electric power to all major industrial units engaged in commercial activities in the African nation. The company generates approximately 80% of the total power requirements of the State of Botswana.