Bausch + Lomb, Waterford, Ireland

Bausch + Lomb, Waterford, Ireland
Genset / gas engine: 1 x TCG 2032 V12
Segment / gas type: natural gas
Customer: Bausch + Lomb Waterford, Ireland
Total output: 3,333 kWel and 3,251 kWth
Commissioning: 2016

In 2016, Bausch + Lomb – a leading eye-health provider best known as manufacturer of contact lenses – commissioned a highly efficient CHP plant in Waterford, Ireland, in line with its energy and sustainability strategy. The project, considered one of the largest of its kind in Ireland, was rolled out by Edina, MWM‘s exclusive partner in Ireland.

CHP plant Bausch + Lomb

With its cogeneration plant equipped with the powerful MWM TCG 2032 V12 genset, Bausch + Lomb covers 65 percent of its electricity needs and 91 percent of its heat needs and cuts annual operating costs by up to €1 Million.

With a five-year service and maintenance contract for the CHP plant, Edina guarantees an engine availability of 95 percent (or 8,322 hours) per annum. The CHP plant is remotely monitored on a 24/7 basis in order to automatically detect and alert Edina’s service desk of any issues on site.

Reference Case Bausch + Lomb Waterford, Ireland

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