Clarke Energy will be one of the official sponsors of the 2018 International Business Festival, held in our home city of Liverpool from 12th to 28 June 2018. This innovative event is designed to deliver business growth through the sharing of knowledge, insight and ideas, enabling the creation of new, lucrative connections, with investors, buyers and partners, to secure future business.
The world’s biggest international business festival will host more than 40 major global events across 9 high growth, industry themed days:
12th June – Global Economics Day – will explore the impact of our rapidly changing global economy. Clarke Energy’s international operations are continually growing and we now operate across 25 different countries globally.
13th June – Urbanisation & Cities Day – will examine the considerable leadership and governance challenges that must be overcome if cities are to fulfill their potential as engines for growth. Cities are home to almost half of the world’s population therefore the need for reliable power is vast. Clarke Energy supplies a range of infrastructure installations for cities globally including combined heat and power plants, engines operating on waste treatment plants and peaking power plants.;. Clarke Energy’s Alex Marshall will be speaking at 11am about the Future of Energy and Responsible Development at the World Forum for Foreign Direct Investment
14th June – Sustainable Energy Day – Alex Marshall, Group Marketing and Compliance Director for Clarke Energy, is scheduled to speak on the main stage during the day which will look at the new technologies that will power the clean energy economy and will ask how else we can replace ‘less’ for ‘better’. Alex will also be speaking about Power and Energy Infrastructure Opportunities in Africa during the Africa Trade Conference arranged by the Cote d’Ivoire Chamber in Great Britain. Clarke Energy has recently supplied its first hybrid solution using gas engines and storage, demonstrating engineering capabilities to deliver microgrid projects.
19th June – Future Transport Day – will ask what new technology in travel could mean for business, Clarke Energy installed a containerised CHP plant to Autoliv, the world’s largest automotive safety supplier.
20th June – Manufacturing Day – will focus on how business can be ‘future-proofed’ in a disruptive trading environment. Clarke Energy is able to deliver CHP plants to the manufacturing sector to help reduce carbon emissions and operational costs
21st June – Global Logistics & Shipping Day – will look into how logistics and shipping no longer simply involve getting things from A-B. Clarke Energy have experience of exporting engines to difficult locations across the world whether it be to the Australian outback or the Delta State in Nigeria with commissioning always being conducted by local Clarke Energy service engineers.
26th June – Health & Life Sciences Day – will explore how business and the health sector are working together to create change. With the increasing pressure on hospitals, pharmaceuticals and healthcare sectors to improve efficiency, Clarke Energy can help this industry save on energy costs and spend more on patients with CHP installations for hospitals, along with pharmaceuticals and medical equipment manufacturing plants.
27th June – Creative Industries Day – will investigate how business can effectively export culture and creativity.
28th June – Sport, Culture & Travel Day – will examine the remarkable ability of these industries to put place’s on the map, exploring how they can turn around a place’s fortunes and shine a global spotlight.
Clarke Energy experts will be on hand throughout the three week event to discuss our engine based power plant solutions, the benefits of combined heat and power (CHP), Capacity Market projects in the UK helping balance the grid and emerging product ranges such as hybrid power generation solutions.
Visit us in the main hall on the sponsors pavilion.