- Case Studies
Indaver’s construction of a Waste-to-Energy facility in Duleek, Co. Meath (in line with the North East Regional Waste Management Plan) is a development valued at €140 million and represents the largest ever single investment in solid waste management infrastructure in Ireland.
During the planning stages of the project, Edina was brought on board to provide an emergency energy solution which could guarantee against any disruption caused by unplanned failures.
Edina specified that the generator set be built with a Perkins engine in keeping with their commitment to sourcing components from industry leading manufacturers.
Edina opted to use a Perkins 4012-46TAG2 engine coupled with a Newage Stamford alternator providing 1,500kVA Prime power and 1,650kVA Standby power, with a ComAp based control system.
The standby diesel generator is used to support the plant critical loads and safe shutdown of process equipment in the event of loss of both national grid and plant turbine electrical supplies.
The generator has full synchronising and load sharing control functionality to allow it to run in parallel with the grid. G10 protection was also installed to comply with ESB rules when connecting parallel generators to the grid.
During the construction stage on this facility the generator is used to supply site loads on a daily basis. On completion of the site works, the generator reverts to its original standby function.
Edina maintains security of power supply at Northern Ireland’s most prestigious Grand Central HotelRead more
Edina diesel generation sets supplies largest UK teaching hospital with emergency critical power.Read more
Edina delivers full turnkey installation to provide mission critical emergency power at Medway Maritime Hospital.Read more