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Clarke Energy has sold and supplied more than 500MW of engine-based power plants across Africa.

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GE Jenbacher Engine

African Energy Clarke Energy has sold and supplied more than 500MW of engine-based power plants across Africa. This includes captive power plants for industry, multi-engine IPP facilities, biogas plants, landfill gas power stations and furnace gas-fuelled generating stations. The company has a presence in Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Nigeria, Cameroon, Tanzania, South Africa, Botswana, Swaziland and Lesotho, with offices in Lagos, Port Harcourt, Douala, Dar es Salaam, Johannesburg, Tunis and Algiers. Clarke Energy deploys decentralised power plants backed up by reliable, in-country service teams. The company was able to successfully prove the concept of gas-fuelled power generation in Nigeria.

In addition, it has delivered some pioneering installations, including the combined heat and power plants, tri-generation facilities, biogas plants and landfill gas power stations for the continent. Over the years, the company has benefitted from a high-profile partnership with GE, a corporation known for delivering high-quality power generation products and cutting edge research and development. The company has developed dedicated Jenbacher product service support facilities with remote monitoring, spare parts stock-holding, and has two of the few GE authorised Jenbacher full-engine rebuild and refurbishment facilities globally, in Knowsley and Dhaka. Aspire Africa ¡ Jan/Feb 2017 53

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Committed to Promoting African Synergy. Featuring David Beglin, Co-Founder and Director, Beglin Woods Architects.

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