Watershed for Nestle Nigeria

Nestle Nigeria Plc. has installed GE Jenbacher gas engines, entailing the use of compressed natural gas (CNG) as a fuel source at its Flowergate Factory, enabling the company to reduce recurrent electricity cost by 30 per cent.

The CNG facility, which was engineered by Clarke Energy represents a watershed on the use of gas supply in Nigerian communities where gas infrastructure is non-existent.
GE Jenbacher
Nestlé partnered Clarke Energy owing to the shortfall in electricity supply from Nigeria’s national grid, which remains unreliable. At the same time, the cost of diesel shot up to $1 per liter, representing a huge operational cost for the company.

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