Middle East Electricity 2018

Feb 22, 2018

Middle East Electricity, taking place on the 6th – 8th March 2018, is billed as the largest exhibition and conference on a global scale for the power industry, covering the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity, including the renewable energy sector and the lighting industry.

“Middle East Electricity 2018 represents a growing market of interest for Edina,” explains Edina’s Head of Global Sales, Hugh Richmond.

“With no mains access, the production of electricity has historically been driven by diesel generating sets. As the country moves towards sustainable and energy efficiency measures, a natural gas powered solution offers a cleaner, cheaper solution to power production.”

“Furthermore, tri-generation or combined cooling, heat and power (CCHP) not only produces electricity, heat and cooling from a single natural gas fuel source, but also is used in infrastructure where there is a continuous or seasonal cooling demand to produce air conditioning and refrigeration. Its application is a cost effective and low carbon method of producing heat and cooling from combined heat and power (CHP) application.”

“We’ve been exhibiting at MEE since 2016 and once again we’ll be on hand to discuss natural gas powered solutions at stand number S1.C30 located within Sheikh Saeed Hall 1. Visitor to our stand will be able to see first-hand our containerised Perkins gas engine solution rated at 309kWe,

“With capacity ranging from 250kWe to 1,000kWe, Perkins engines offer high efficiency performance and provide a modular approach to transportation and installation.”

Edina have successfully installed power generation solutions across a number of sectors to include; healthcare, commercial and industrial, food and drink, and waste to energy industries, within two European nations (UK and Ireland) and in Australia, and forms part of its growing portfolio of over 500MWe installed gas capacity in the UK and Ireland.

Through the application of CCHP, businesses and governments in the Gulf can maintain security of power whilst generating electricity, heat and cooling to power at the point of use. This, in turn, support sustainability initiatives through carbon reduction and also improves business competitiveness.

We’ll look forward to welcoming you to our stand S1.C30 located within Sheikh Saeed Hall 1.

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