MWM Gas Gensets for British Water Suppliers
Edina UK, distribution partner of MWM in the United Kingdom, has had a year of major successes in supplying gas-powered generators from Mannheim-based MWM GmbH to the UK Water Utility industry, concluding a multi-year contract with Anglian Water, and numerous projects for Welsh Water, two important UK water suppliers.
The order for Welsh Water comprises the delivery of complete container gensets for four large Advanced Thermal Digestion projects at Eign, Wrexham, Cardiff, and Afan, with a total generator output of more than 10.2 MWel.
Edina UK received the second order for power generation from sewage gas from Anglian Water under the AMPS5 program. The contract provides for the supply of container gensets over a period of five years. The first six were commissioned in early 2011.
MWM is the world's oldest manufacturer of gas-powered generators whose innovative gas engines are noted for their high-efficiency, proven reliability and low maintenance, two features that make them a highly profitable solution.
The Edina Group has an enviable track record in design, construction, and long-term operation of gas engines powered by various types of gas, including sewage gas. The company plays a key role in the development of renewable and sustainable energy sources to reduce dependence on fossil fuels.
The long-established company MWM in Mannheim, Germany, is one of the world's leading system providers of highly efficient and eco-friendly complete plants for decentralized power supply with gas and diesel engines. For 140 years the company has stood for the reliable, uninterrupted provision of electricity, heat and cooling at all times and at any location. MWM has 1,200 employees around the globe.
Frank Fuhrmann, Head of Communications & PR
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