Clarke Energy are proud to be supporting the UK Association for Energy Engineers(UKAEE), annual general meeting on 31st January 2017. We will be hosting visits to the Natural History Museum’s state of the art energy centre. If you would like to join, please follow this link to the UKAEE event page.
This is the perfect opportunity to witness a Victorian building adopting an energy solutions fit for the 21st century.
- Benefits of combined heat and power (CHP)
- Emission control systems
- Energy savings
- Feasibility analysis
- Optimum sizing and design considerations
If you have a specific question regarding the event, please feel free to email [email protected], Marketing Executive.
The Natural History Museum(NHM) is one of London’s most iconic landmarks. It first opened its doors back in 1881 and now cares for over 80 million specimens, and welcomes more than five million visitors per annum. Such a responsibility demands a sustainable energy solution.
The NHM’s impressive building structure dates back to the Victorian times. It now houses a state of the art energy centre designed and installed by Vital Energi. Vital Energi contracted Clarke Energy to supply and maintain GE’s Jenbacher JMS612 reciprocating gas engine, to run at the heart of the scheme.