Power and CHP firm Edina has won the contract to provide CHP plant for the new development at Elephant and Castle, south London.
The firm, recently acquired by the Indian government for £55m, will supply two CHP engines totalling 1.6MWe.
Eon, which is delivering the heat network to Elephant Park, awarded the contract.
The energy centre, which also uses modulated boilers and thermal stores, will use natural gas to provide heat and hot water to some 2,500 new homes and commercial premises at the site.
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