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Edina specialises in the engineering, installation and after-care support of low carbon gas-fired Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plants, fast response balancing peaking plants, mission-critical standby diesel generation, and battery energy storage.
We employ over 200 staff across our international operations located in the UK, Ireland, Australia, and India, and collectively manage a growing portfolio of almost 1GW electrical distributed generation.
For over 35 years we continue to support the growth of decentralised low carbon power generation, helping businesses improve energy efficiency, cost savings, power resilience, and emission reduction as we collectively move towards achieving net zero.
Our aims are to: Build long lasting partnerships with our customers in support of their project requirements…deliver market-leading gas and diesel power generation solutions to reduce energy costs, greenhouse emissions and to maximise our customers’ return on their investments.
We are totally committed to the sustainable growth of our business through the continuous development of our products, services and staff. We will be flexible in the market to best meet our customers’ needs through the deployment of our skills and will conduct all our relationships with honesty, fairness and respect.
We pride ourselves on the care and consideration taken to ensure that all of our products and services comply with the highest health and safety standards. Therefore, and to achieve this, the Edina Group operates and maintains a formal Health & Safety Management System within the structure of an Integrated Management System.
This ensures that all persons working for, and on behalf of Edina, are adequately trained, informed, instructed, managed and monitored in order to maintain the highest safety, health and welfare protection standards… and to reduce the accident and incident rate within the company.
Our impeccable safety record is maintained via investing heavily in safety training and equipment. This allows us to fulfill our pledge to provide a safe and healthy working environment for our employees.
Safe systems of work, within a safe place of work, are applied in a consistent manner at all sites under the control of the Edina Group, or where our employees have to carry out their work.
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We are totally committed to satisfying the requirements of our customers in all respects and strive to ensure that the quality of our products and services exceed expectations and provide a benchmark for our competitors.
This is achieved by operating a formal Quality Management System, designed and implemented to meet the requirements of ISO 9001-2015, and incorporated in our Integrated Management System to embrace all of the activities which impact upon our customers.
Consistent with ensuring that our products and services achieve a standard that conforms to contractual requirements, the Company will also comply with all relevant legislation and other codes of practice applicable to our industry.
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We work closely with all relevant regulatory authorities and comply with all current legislation that applies to emissions.
The company’s commitment to having a positive effect on the environment goes way beyond current legislation and directly affects clients and suppliers in a positive way.
This is achieved by the implementation of our Environmental Management System compliant to ISO 14001-2015.
With environment and climate change being a critical issue facing the international community, we believe in the need for a market-based approach to the development of current and future clean technologies that reduce emissions and sustain the environment.
As a global supplier of turnkey plant construction, Edina is committed to being part of the process of finding policy solutions that meet the needs of our customers, currently involved in energy production.
Diesel, gas with combined heat and power (CHP) applications are just a few examples of critical technologies that must be a part of any climate change policy. These technologies, coupled with incentives for the development of new, breakthrough approaches… will deliver increased sustainability and economic opportunities.
Edina’s approach is integrated into a harmonised global system of greenhouse gas reduction initiatives, in particular one that avoids local or regional development of separate paths – requiring separate technology – in achieving emissions targets. Proposed solutions also must factor in the broad economic impact as well as the impact on existing energy sectors. We believe that reducing greenhouse gas emissions can, and should, provide more opportunities than risks for our industry.
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Within the scope of our Integrated Management System. We recognise that providing our customers with a quality service whilst minimising our impacts on the environment and ensuring the safety of our staff are critical to our business. We are committed to providing the necessary resources to ensure we continuously improve our business practices within these core areas.
To achieve this, we have developed and will maintain an Integrated Management System that will meet the requirements of the current versions of ISO9001, ISO14001 & ISO45001.
This ‘Integrated Management System Policy Statement’ calls for continual improvement within our management activities and business will be conducted according to the following principles:
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We started small and have grown to become one of today's leading providers of distributed power generation solutions.
Established in 1985 as a supplier and service provider for diesel generators within the agricultural & landfill industries across Ireland, employing 30 staff.
Expanded into Lisburn, Northern Ireland in 2002, creating a further 25 positions.
Appointed as the official UK and Ireland distributor for MWM.
Opens Manchester office and wins project to supply and install a 3.9MWe TCG 2032 V16 CHP engine at Leeds General Infirmary Hospital.
Officially opened our purpose-built generator set containerised and control panel assembly production facility in Lisburn, Northern Ireland.
Made inroads into Queensland and forged links with Australia’s leading anaerobic digestion developers to supply biogas combined heat and power solutions.
Awarded the prestigious Queens Award for Enterprise, Innovation category award.
We are delighted to announce our biggest milestone to date, in achieving over 500 megawatts (MW) of electrical installed gas capacity across the UK and Ireland.
Edina purchased by EPAL, a joint venture between India’s EESL (Energy Efficiency Services Ltd) and UK based EnergyPro Asset Management Ltd.
Won our second Queen's Awards within the Innovation category - the first for any company of its kind.
Edina launches its system integrated 1-2 hour duration battery energy storage system (BESS) solution.
Edina wins Commercial Category Award with CHP project Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow.
Edina wins AD Team of the Year at the UK AD & World Biogas Awards 2018.
Edina was highly honoured to receive the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, Innovation Award, for its technical approach and innovation within the total project management of power generation solutions.
Edina wins two category awards for R&R Ice Cream and Gateshead District Heating Scheme at the Association of Decentralised Energy (ADE) Awards 2017.
Edina wins two biogas industry awards at the UK AD & Biogas Awards 2017 in categories ‘Best Sewage Treatment AD Plant UK’ and ‘Best Food Waste AD Plant UK’.
We were recognised at the Association of Decentralised Energy (ADE) Awards, winning the ‘Integrated Energy Project of the Year’ category award with district heating project London Citigen.
We won ‘Making the most of biogas’ and ‘Best on-farm AD plant’ category awards at the annual UK AD & Biogas Awards.
The Edina project, commercial tomato growers, Guy and Wright Farm, won the Energy Now Expo ‘Best Anaerobic Digestion (AD) and Biogas Scheme’ category awards.
Edina wins the ‘Industrial and Commercial’ Category award with project entry Arla Foods Ltd at the ADE Awards 2015.
Edina received the ‘ADBA Industry Ambassador Award’ during the 2015 UK AD & Biogas Awards in supporting the Anaerobic Digestion industry and advocating the benefits of waste to energy opposed to landfill.
We were recognised at the Association of Decentralised Energy (ADE) Awards, winning the ‘Industrial and Commercial’ category award with R&R Ice Cream, and ‘Campus, Community and Residential’ category for Liverpool University.
Edina Group and Emerald Biogas win Best Merchant Waste AD project at ADBA Awards 2014.
Edina was highly honoured to receive the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, Innovation Award, for the design and operation of power generation from the anaerobic digestion of organic waste.
The Edina projects, Kilbush Nurseries and Keelings, won the ‘Energy and Environment’ category award at the Sustainable Ireland Awards.