Combined Heat & Power (CHP)

The Edina CHP package covers a range of systems from 400kWe to 4.3MWe and is utilised in a wide range of sectors. Wherever possible, we try and engage with our clients and consultants, as early as possible in the design stage, to assist with all aspects of the project. 

The high electrical efficiency available from the MWM engine range makes it ideally suited  for the application of CHP. This combined with our fully inclusive maintenance package and proven track record will provide the maximum energy savings and long term operational benefits to our clients.  


  • Public Sector – Hospitals, Universities etc
  • District Heating Schemes
  • Pharmaceutical & Biotechnical Manufacturing
  • Chemical industries
  • Food processing
  • Agriculture / Horticulture

 Our Scope of Amenities include:

  • Feasibility Studies
  • Design
  • Finance, Leasing, Hire and Build Own Operate
  • Commissioning and Handover
  • Purchasing
  • Project Management
  • Site Health and Safety
  • Financial Control.

Post commissioning performance tests are carried out and training of customer staff is provided. We also offer comprehensive maintenance contracts to ensure that every customer receives the best possible service. 

Green Energy & Environment 

Gas Powered generation units provide environmentally friendly solutions to customer power needs. They are more efficient, have significantly lower emissions (NOx and CO) and noise levels than conventional power plants.  All Cogeneration (CHP) will contribute towards our commitment to reduce emissions under the Kyoto Protocol. 


Combined Heat and Power (also known as Cogeneration) is the most fuel efficient and environmentally friendly way of using a fossil or renewable fuel to provide a combined output of heat / steam and power. Supplied in either portable containerised format or in bespoke engineered solutions. 


Trigeneration is the production of electricity, heat, and chilling all from a single source. The heat and the electricity are produced by the normal operation of the CHP unit, and an Absorption Chiller is used as a means of producing the chilling from the heat output from the CHP.