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Clarke Energy Ltd

2014 | International Trade
Clarke Energy Ltd
Power House, Senator Point, South Boundary Road
Knowsley Industrial Park, Liverpool L33 7RR
Tel: +44 (0)151 546 4446
www.clarke-energy.com

Based in Knowsley, Liverpool, Clarke Energy is a specialist in the engineering, installation and maintenance of gas-fuelled power plants. Since winning The Queen’s Award for International Trade in 2014 the company has gone from strength to strength and now has over 5,000 megawatts of power generation equipment operating in 22 countries globally, equivalent to over 12 million UK homes power generation requirement.

These gas fuelled generators are supplied in a range of low carbon and renewable applications including high efficiency natural gas fuelled combined heat and power (CHP), biogas, coal bed methane and furnace gas applications. The company has a close relationship with GE and is the largest distributor and service provider for their reciprocating engines product lines.
♦ Clarke Energy has secured a number of high profile project successes in the past year. These include the opening of Tropical Power’s Gorge Farm Energy Park, Africa’s largest grid connected biogas plant, for which Clarke Energy supplied the CHP units
♦ Securing large wins in Australia with Territory Generation for the upgrade of key multi-engine power stations in the Northern Territory
♦ Securing the company’s first sales in Tanzania and Cameroon, with high efficiency captive CHP plants for industry
♦ Clarke Energy has also reached the milestone of 1,000MW power generation equipment installed in France

Clarke Energy has worked closely with the UKTI across Africa and Asia over recent years to great success and would like to thank UKTI and the support of Clive Drinkwater and his team in the Northwest of England for their ongoing support and naming Clarke Energy as an Export Champion. Clarke Energy would also like to thank the High Commissioners of Tanzania, South Africa, Cameroon, Bangladesh and Papua New Guinea for their personal support along with the British Ambassador to Tunisia.

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