Clarke Energy wins CHP biogas orders in the UK

Clarke Energy has secured a series of major orders with Tamar Energy, a developer of anaerobic digestion projects in the UK, to supply combined heat and power systems for their biogas plants.

Biogas engines are to be designated to four sites across the UK including Holbeach, Farleigh, Retford and Halstead.
Tamar Energy has placed initial orders for four of GE Power & Water’s J420 and two J416 containerised Jenbacher gas engines with a total renewable power output of 8MWe, enough to power over 20,000 UK homes.

The gas engines are fitted with heat exchangers to facilitate cogeneration, recovering heat as hot water for use in the heating of the digesters and pasteurisation.

The gas engines’ performance will be supported by Clarke Energy’s service network which is the largest network of dedicated gas engine service engineers in the UK.

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