Clarke Energy joins the UK India Business Council
The UK India Business Council is delighted to welcome Clarke Energy as our newest member.
Clarke Energy is a multinational specialist in distributed power generation solutions including the engineering, installation and maintenance of gas-based power plants.
Operating across the natural gas, biogas, and coal mining sectors, Clarke Energy’s expertise delivers in the deployment of cogeneration plants for industrial customers, gas fuelled peaking power plants to balance renewable energy, and biogas processing waste from digesters in the distillery or municipal waste water treatment plant sectors.
They have long-established roots investing and creating jobs in India with headquarters located in Pune and several regional offices and service facilities across the country including in Delhi, Kolkata, Vadodara, Ahmedabad, Ankleshwar, Surat, Bahadurgarh, Agra, Hyderabad, Rajahmundry, Chennai, and Tinsukia.
Alex Marshall, Clarke Energy Group Marketing and Compliance Director said:
“The team at Clarke Energy, both in India and in the UK are delighted to be joining the UK India Business Council. We see the organisation as being one of the leading bodies for international cooperation in the subcontinent. We have operated in India since 2003, the country acts as an important regional hub and incorporates almost 20% of our global workforce”
The UKIBC is the premier membership-led organisation supporting the promotion of trade, business and investment between the UK and India. As such we welcome Clarke Energy to our distinguished membership of leading advanced manufacturing, engineering, and energy businesses and look forward to working with them in our ongoing Sector Policy Group advocacy.
Kevin McCole, UKIBC Chief Operating Officer said:
“We are very much looking forward to working with Clarke Energy as one of the UK’s leading engineering firms. As we sign a series of State-level MOUs, Clarke Energy joins us at a time when we are gaining unprecedented access to leading State Ministers and officials for our members to ease doing business in India particularly in energy and manufacturing sectors where significant differences in the operating environment between States remain.”
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