Supporting Net-Zero to Power a Sustainable Future

With many government’s setting the ambitious target of becoming net-zero carbon by 2050 or earlier, Clarke Energy are already looking to the future with new technologies which can support the decarbonisation of power networks. Two ways to decarbonise the gas grid that have been suggested are changing the composition of gas in the network to hydrogen and biomethane, referred to as ‘green gas’. Clarke Energy offer a range of installations which provide a variety of environmental benefits which can help reduce our customer’s carbon emissions and improve energy efficiency.

CHP is Ready for Hydrogen

INNIO Jenbacher engines can operate on hydrogen.

Biogas and Anaerobic Digestion

Anaerobic digestion can produce renewable fuel and power

Biogas Upgrading and RNG

Biomethane is a renewable fuel for gas grid injection or vehicles

Electricity Peaking Stations

Helping balance the fluctuating power requirements of the electricity grid.

Supporting Essential Services

Delivering resilience to hospitals, data centres and manufacturers

Hybrid Power Solutions and Microgrids

Combine rapid power dispatch with renewable technologies

Engine Efficiency and Reliability

Generator efficiency results in outstanding fuel economy and environmental performance

Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage

Recovering carbon from exhaust gas for use in process

The Changing Energy Mix Webinars

‘The changing energy mix: decarbonise your energy and save money now’ hosted by the Food and Drink Federation

Heat and Decentralised Energy 2020 – The UK’s Evolving Energy Mix – hosted by the ADE

INNIO Jenbacher engines are hydrogen ready

INNIO Jenbacher engines are now hydrogen ready, which can be used as a fuel to generate electricity, heat and cooling. A number of Jenbacher engines are operating on currently up to 70% hydrogen. Combined heat and power plants can be adapted in future to meet the changing gas supply meaning, investments can be made safely for new or existing facilities.

Investing in a CHP plant can reduce your energy costs and carbon footprint today whilst delivering security of supply. The INNIO Jenbacher engines installed can run on conventional pipeline gas and begin flexibly moving to up to 100% H2 operation over time without changing the energy asset.

Global Sustainability Focus 


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Renewable electricity installed globally


Peaking and flexible generation installed globally


Global operations in 27 countries 

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