Clarke Energy is sponsoring the East African Power Industry Convention (EAPIC) on 27th-28th August 2015, Nairobi, Kenya.
Alex Marshall, Clarke Energy’s marketing and compliance manager will also be chairing a round table discussion at the event. The topic of discussion is ‘Replacing aging infrastructure – to opt for centralised or decentralised power generation.’
EAPIC is the most recognised platform for business and knowledge sharing in East Africa’s power industry. This regional event is the first port of call for senior decision makers from utilities, governments, investors, large power users, IPPs, consultants, contractors and regulators to source the latest solutions or to meet new clients and suppliers.
Clarke Energy is a sponsor of the event from the gas to power business and will be happy to advise you on optimising your organisation’s performance. We are able to deliver turn-key embedded power plants utilising GE’s Jenbacher gas engines. Gas engines can be used for a wide variety of applications and can be configured to deliver a combined heat and power (CHP) solution to your power needs.
There will be an introduction of the newest form of high efficiency diesel fuelled generation. The diesel genset epitomises the most advanced reciprocating engine technology and addresses your most critical application challenges helping your business to become even more efficient and productive. Clarke Energy also expect a lot of interest from the Biogas sector, a renewable cost saving and carbon footprint fuel.
Clarke Energy have a number of existing GE’s Jenbacher gas engine’s currently installed in Kenya including the first Biogas power plant with Tropical Power in 2013, developer of biogas and solar plants in Africa. The two containerised units was supplied to an agricultural biogas plant located at a farm near Lake Naivasha, in Kenya.
Come speak to Clarke Energy at EAPIC to find out how we can assist you for your power production requirements in or alternatively please don’t hesitate to contact us if you need anymore information on the event.