Clarke Energy is an award-winning multinational specialist in the engineering, installation and maintenance of engine-based power plants.
ritish energy firm, Clarke Energy, is a multinational specialist in the engineering, installation and maintenance of reciprocating engine-based power plants and gas engine compression stations. The company’s services range from the supply of an engine through to the turn-key installation of a multi-engine power plant, with facilities that deliver fuel efficiency and help reduce carbon emissions. Applications include combined heat and power (CHP) with natural gas, biogas, landfill gas and coal gas or high efficiency diesel-fuelled power generation.
Power House Beginning its trading life in 1989, Clarke Energy was originally based in Aintree, near Liverpool, and started by providing spare parts to users of marine, industrial and locomotive diesel engines across the world. By its fourth year, the company had expanded, employing 40 people and experiencing increased turnover.
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Clarke Energy fosters a culture of integrity and high ethical standards, employing a dedicated, highly trained team of sales, engineering, project management, commissioning and maintenance staff deployed around the world. Over the years, Clarke Energy has helped develop many cutting-edge renewable and high efficiency gas generation projects, including some of the early landfill gas power plants, CHP facilities, coal mine methane and, more recently, quad-generation plants.
In 1992, the company purchased new, purpose-built premises at Unity Grove in Liverpool’s Knowsley Business Park.
In 1999, the company successfully attracted investment from venture capitalist 3i plc to help forward its growth ambitions.
In 1997, the company’s name was changed to Clarke Energy Ltd, and its primary focus became about the delivery of quality installations that are backed up with reliable, accountable aftersales support.
This was followed by the acquisition of Cogen India in 2003 and Jenbacher France in 2004, further expanding Clarke Energy’s global holdings.
Nowadays, Clarke Energy provides employment for a large workforce across nineteen countries. In 2000, it moved to its international headquarters, ‘Power House’, situated in Knowsley Business Park. 50 Clarke Energy · Continental
The company’s worldwide presence consists of offices in Ireland, opened all the way back in 2005, Tunisia, Algeria, Tanzania, Bangladesh, South Africa and Cameroon in 2015 followed most recently by Papua New Guinea and the USA in 2016.
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