Clarke Energy has signed an agreement with ENGIE, previously called Gdf-Suez, to become a preferred supplier for gas engines. ENGIE is French multinational company based in La Défense, Paris and is a specialist in the fields of high efficiency power generation low carbon, natural gas and renewable energy. The framework agreement covers Western Europe including France, UK, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, Austria, Benelux, French Polynesia and New Caledonia.
Clarke Energy has supplied almost 200MW of GE’s Jenbacher gas engines for ENGIE across France and the United Kingdom to a range of different applications including combined heat and power plants for district heating schemes, hospitals, food and drink factories and landfill sites.
The agreement was signed by ENGIE’s Group Procurement Director for Renewable Energies and Power Train Equipment Cécile Lalouette and Clarke Energy’s Main Board Director Didier Lartigue at ENGIE’s head office in La Défense
Clarke Energy’s Didier Lartigue commented ‘We are delighted to sign this agreement with ENGIE, one of the leading international players in the development of high efficiency cogeneration plants. Our long, productive relationship with the company is testament to the delivery of high quality installations, backed up by reliable aftersales support.’