Engineer - Install - Maintain
Combined Heat and Power
Peaking Power Stations
Reliable Service Support
What We Do
We have comprehensive resources to support the engineering of your project with capabilities in computer aided design, mechanical and electrical engineering.
We have dedicated teams to support you in delivering quality through the project management, installation and commissioning of your project.
We value the provision of reliable maintenance services for your power generation equipment delivered efficiently through our extensive network of service engineers.
Why Clarke Energy?
- Quality installations with unrivalled aftersales service support.
- Highest running hours for your engine equals optimal return on investment.
- Flexibility to suit your business needs with tailored scope of supply.
- Clarke Energy can supply a single engine through to full turn-key multi-engine plant.
- Reduce risk by transferring your engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) scope to us.
Global Reach with Local Focus
Global installed base
UK installed base
Renewable electricity globally
Renewable electricity in UK
Peaking and flexible globally
Peaking and flexible in UK
People employed globally
People employed in UK
Clarke Energy’s Group Marketing and Compliance Director Alex Marshall will be speaking on Insider Media Northwest’s webinar on the 6th of August.
Join INNIO Jenbacher and Clarke Energy for a free webinar on 10th June at 16:00 GMT discussing the future of renewable fuels for power generation .
Clarke Energy has successfully completed a key milestone for Kalium Lakes Limited’s Beyondie Sulphate of Potash (SOP) mine in Western Australia
Clarke Energy and our sister company Co-Energy America are pleased to support World Cogeneration Day on September 4th 2020.
Clarke Energy to Engineer, Procure and Construct an expansion and upgrade of Alinta Energy’s gas-fired Newman Power Station in Western Australia’s Pilbara region
Latest Case Studies
Clarke Energy supply INNIO Jenbacher duel fuel engine to wastewater facility in Michigan
2.82MWe cogeneration plant at waste water resource recovery facility.
The single Jenbacher JGS 320 gas engine has completed 100,000 hours generating 55GWh since commissioning in 2006.