September - October 2018

Compliant Model UFR1001E

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• Presetting per G59/3, G83/2, values as per the standard pre programmed

• Under and overvoltage monitoring 40…520V • Under and over frequency monitoring 45…65 Hz

• Monitoring of Rate of Change of Frequency (ROCOF, df/dt)

• Monitoring the voltage quality (10 minute average value)

• Supports the mains synchronisation when using generators

4 1001E

• Fail-safe, with monitoring of the connected section switch (can be switched off) 2 automatic restarts on error

• Measurement 3 phase 3 or 4 wire systems or single phase

• Response time adjustable 0.05...130.0 s, individual setting for each limit

• No PC required for programming easy installation and set up

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EXCLUSIVE REPORT: Edina has supplied a backup genset to The Grand Central Hotel, Belfast, which is said to be Ireland’s largest hotel.

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provider district energy, has publicly backed the launch of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy’s (BEIS) £320 million Heat Networks Investment Program (HNIP). The HNIP has been

introduced to inject capital funding into heat network projects, which offer a viable and long-term solution to decarbonised heat. This investment signifies a ‘step change’ in the UK’s approach to heat networks, according to ENGIE, which has pumped £2 billion world-wide into the district energy sector in the last two years. Andrew Hart, Managing

Director for ENGIE’s UK Urban Energy business, told UKPN: “District energy is a tangible and established solution to decarbonisation and this significant Government program could be the catalyst for real change. The availability of grants and loans for this sector will support further schemes that couldn’t previously be developed, due to poor returns.” ENGIE’s UK business has

invested £250 million in local authority centric district energy schemes and are actively supporting Council’s

ENGIE backs HNIP to ‘unlock the potential’ of district energy in the UK

INTERVIEW: Paul Creighton, the newly- appointed MD of FG wilson, has around 30 years of commercial and product back- ground in the industry.

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THE ULTRA-QUIET GENSET: The new INMESoL rental genset, the IIrN-110, proved a star attraction for crowds attending the Festout event held in Surrey, last month.

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to form partnerships and develop schemes. It is hoped that the new capital funding will unlock a number of these projects and allow both ENGIE and local authorities to invest significantly in further district energy schemes. ENGIE currently manages

some of the most technically complex district energy schemes in the UK including the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, Birmingham, Coventry, Leicester and Southampton. He continued: “There are

many ambitious local authorities that have seen the potential of heat networks and have taken sizeable steps to deliver such schemes, but the risk was ultimately too great. “With the Government

showing a commitment to develop this arena, local

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utilise new funds to develop partnerships with specialists like ENGIE, who can support with managing and sharing risk.” But while the HNIP will be

an enabler of future schemes, ENGIE agrees with the recommendations of the recent ADE Task Force review and CMA report. It is felt that the industry needs the same level of support that is available to other utilities if it is to succeed in these efforts. ENGIE’s own targets are

aligned with the UK Government’s ambition to increase the amount of heat generated in the UK from 2% to 17% by 2030. The business is also

continuing to invest considerably in research and development around the decarbonisation of both existing and new schemes.

Biogas and natural gas applications for permanent, temporary or emergency power supplies

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