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Edina is the official distributor in the UK and Ireland for market-leading MWM gas engines rated 400kWe – 4,500kWe, and have access to the full range of global diesel prime movers and alternator manufacturers to suit your standby power requirements.
Edina is owned by EnergyPro Assets Limited (EPAL), a joint venture between Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), the world’s largest Energy Service Company under Ministry of Power, Government of India and EnergyPro Ltd, a leading UK-based advisory company that consults on energy efficiency projects.
Edina specialise in the deployment of on-site power generation to assist high energy users within the industrial, commercial, and public sectors to reduce their operational costs and maintain power resilience.
We achieve this through a multi-disciplinary team of experts and support your power project from the design and engineering phase, through to plant installation, energisation and ongoing after-care support of your generating asset.
Despite our highly technical nature, we are ‘A People Business’. We thrive on developing and nurturing relationships and the transference of our knowledge and skill throughout the whole life of the project to ensure your strategic requirements are delivered.
Edina can supply a single engine through to the full turnkey multi-engine delivery of plant to suit your power requirements.
Edina can deliver your engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract from one point of contact and one point of delivery.
Our installations demonstrate some of the highest operational and availability figures in the industry, ensuring the optimal performance of your generating asset to maximise your return on investment.
We have over 35 years’ industry expertise in delivering award winning on-site power generation solutions that enable your business to significantly reduce operational costs and maintain power resilience.
Over 740MW installed electrical capacity
Over 200 employees
Manufactured in the UK
Multi award winner
Over 160MWe power plants currently in-build and awaiting energisation
Queen’s Awards for Enterprise: Innovation category winner 2014
Queen’s Awards for Enterprise: Innovation category winner 2018
Financially backed by the world’s largest public ESCo