- Case Studies
By generating electricity and heat on-site, Combined Heat and Power (CHP) could offer your business energy cost savings of up to 30% and provide a payback in 1-3 years. These cost savings, and our hydrogen-ready gas engines, together can accelerate your business to sustainability.
Edina is a leading CHP supplier, installer, and asset-care provider with over 35 years of experience deploying high-efficiency CHP systems.
We are the official UK and Ireland distributor and strategic partner for MWM gas engines rated 400kWe - 4,500kWe.
With unrivalled knowledge of MWM gas engine technology, our teams are trained to the highest MWM training levels and industry standard to ensure optimum plant performance and availability.
We are customer focused and deliver the full engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) solution to meet your strategic requirement from a single point of contact.
In 1985, Edina started as a service-only led business and today, asset-care remains at the forefront of our core business philosophy. We build plant to maintain it.
Our customers benefit from:
Tier 1 Official MWM gas engine distributor (CAT brand)
>35 years industry expertise
CHP Project Finance
Turnkey/EPC solutions contractor
Diverse product portfolio including gas engines, standby generation, and Battery Energy Storage Systems
Customer focused - In-market project and asset-care support
Full Commissioning MWM TEM and TPEM approved access
Comprehensive Maintenance contracts to suit your requirements
24/7 365 remote asset monitoring
Extensive network of field service engineers
Rebuild facilities and access to genuine OEM spare parts
Appointed warranty provider
"Bausch + Lomb are extremely satisfied with the performance of the CHP unit to date and have exceeded the initial project payback and uptime periods. This has resulted in greater than expected financial and environmental savings for the site."
Derek O’Connor, Facilities Engineering and Structural Manager, Bausch + Lomb
"This is an important project which will give our area a real cutting edge. Our District Energy Centre is twice as efficient as a conventional power station and far greener, and we can pass on some of those cost efficiencies to local people and businesses in the form of cheaper heat and power. This alone will make a real difference to customers’ energy costs."
Martin Gannon, Gateshead Council leader, Gateshead District Energy
"The Combined Heat and Power initiative is central to the University’s Carbon Management Programme and will contribute substantially to reducing our emissions. We and neighbouring organisations stand to benefit both environmentally and financially from the scheme."
John Nugent, Head of Estates Development, Queen’s University Belfast
Protect against rising energy costs
Reduced carbon emissions compared to conventional power production and onsite boilers
Payback within 1-3 years
Greater operational resilience and security of power supply
High electrical and thermal efficiency of up to 90%
Cost savings can be reinvested and deployed in renewable energy technologies
Fuel flexibility - renewable, low carbon, and hydrogen ready
Recognised technology within commercial, industrial and public sectors