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Edina is exhibiting at EMEX - The Net Zero and Energy Management Exhibition at show stand E10.
The two-day event, taking place on the 23rd and 24th of November at ExCel, London, will allow Edina to showcase the benefits of Combined Heat and Power (CHP) and Battery Energy Storage as credible pathways towards achieving net zero and managing rising energy costs.
Combined Heat and Power (CHP) is a well-established technology that simultaneously generates electricity and heat from a fuel input. CHP can save up to 30% on primary energy costs when compared to the separate purchase of electricity from the electricity grid and gas for use in on-site boilers.
MWM gas engines are hydrogen-ready and will accept hydrogen/natural gas blends within the current gas network. A new report published by the Energy Networks Association details the potential to blend hydrogen into the existing gas network, replacing up to 20% by volume of the natural gas in the system.
Edina will also discuss its diversification into Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS), offering a system-integrated solution for tier 1 battery technology and inverter systems which are scalable and deliver guaranteed performance.
As such, Edina’s modular outdoor battery energy storage solution is fully integrated and prefabricated with lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery cell chemistry. It includes a liquid-cooled thermal management system, skid-mounted inverter systems, battery management and UL-certified fire detection and suppression systems to ensure safety and operability.
The free-to-attend exhibition is the UK’s must-attend Net Zero event for all professionals wanting to deliver a low-carbon, energy-efficient and sustainable future in their organisation.
EMEX 2022 will bring together over 100 leading practitioners and experts from various backgrounds and sectors, each sharing their knowledge and experiences on their journey to Net Zero from successful implementations of low carbon, energy efficient and sustainable strategies.
Edina Sales Manager Gary Collins will also participate in a panel discussion entitled ‘What’s the role of Gas in the UK energy transition?’ on Thursday 24th, at 11 am. The panel, chaired by the Association of Decentralised Energy, includes expert insights from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), Islington Council, and technology providers.
For most businesses, the cost of power has significantly impacted operations and their ability to implement net-zero strategies.UK Government’s Energy Bill Relief Scheme (EBRS) provides some respite. However, once this support closes at the end of the financial year, we envisage power cost to increase beyond 2023 and advocate end users to seriously consider the potential for on-site generation, such as CHP, to manage these cost increases in the long term for them to remain sustainable and profitable.