We, Clarke Energy are the authorized distributor and service provider for GE Powers gas engine division, having presence in 25 countries (Algeria, Australia, Bangladesh, Botswana, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo, France, Ghana, India, Ireland, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Lesotho, Morocco, Mozambique, New Zealand, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, Rwanda, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Tunisia, USA and the United Kingdom) with an installed base of over 5000MWe. Founded in 1989, Clarke Energy provides comprehensive distributed power solutions in multiple industries for continuous power requirements. In Bangladesh, our activities include sales & marketing, engineering, system integration (erection, installation & commissioning) and after-sales-service (including operation and maintenance, supply of spare parts, remote monitoring, undertaking upgrades and imparting training) of gas to power energy (captive, cogeneration & trigeneration) plants using GE Powers Jenbacher gas engine technology. We are headquartered in Dhaka, with dedicated service offices in Kanchpur (Narayan Ganj), Mowna (Gazipur), Narsingdi and Chittagong. We are a service driven organization with strong service ethos. Our service centres are manned by trained and committed engineers, adequate spares stocking, own vehicles for service and full array of tools and tackles. We have a state-of-art workshop facility in Ashulia, fully equipped to support the optimal operation of the engine.
GE's gas engines are available in the 0.3-10.38MW electrical output range for an individual unit. Jenbacher gas engines are renowned for robust performance in challenging conditions and difficult fuel gases. GEs Jenbacher gas engines are manufactured in the town of Jenbach, Austria in the Tyrol. The Jenbacher gas engine is designed from to run solely on different types of gas, and for different types of applications.
Jenbacher has led the way in gas engine innovation over the last 50 years with developments including:
The LEANOX control philosophy
The world's first 20 cylinder gas engine
The world's first 24-cylinder gas engine
The world's first twin-turbocharger gas engine
This focus on gaseous fuels leads to the highest levels of generator efficiency and reliability on the market. The engine has been developed into variants which are suitable for a wide range of different applications including natural gas, biogas, propane, coal seam gases and associated petroleum gas. Over five decades of experience in the gas engine business has resulted in thousands of GE's Jenbacher engines being installed worldwide.