Turin, Italy: Energy Rental has been selected as the exclusive supplier of energy to the TV compound in the UEFA Europa League Final at the Juventus Stadium. Considered the most important football event in Italy for 2014 (and the second event in Europe just after the Champions League Final in Lisbon ) , the UEFA Europa League Final is considered one of the most important and sensitive television productions in the World for 2014. As reported by Mediaset, Host Broadcaster for the production of the event (to which we give our best compliments for the excellent organization), the production involved more than 230 technicians, 25 km of cables, about 64 vehicles between Broadcaster, Slowmotions, Hypermotions, Uplinks, graphics workstations,helicopters data reception vehicles and many others.

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No less than 37 active cameras during the event compared to the 9-16 cameras placed in the pitch during a preliminary match and other 37 cameras run by the Visiting broadcasters as integration for their national networks. A spectacular television event, which connected Italy to more than 200 countries Worldwide.

Energy Rental generators and engineers ensured the energy supply to all the TV Compound. Energy guaranteed, thanks to the use of  a system of multiple generators in parallel, quiet (all ER gensets are soundproof) and environmentally friendly, thanks to the latest technology of the engines with very low fuel consumption and low environmental impact.

“We are excited to have partnered with Mediaset in the excellent result of this Final,” said Alessandro De Berti, senior electrical engineer responsible for the design at Energy Rental. “Our experience in supporting these events along with the constant investment in innovation and R&D, makes us an excellent partner. With our generators designed and assembled in our headquater, we are able to satisfy the highest standards for the electricity suplly, particularly for live events of this size. The UEFA requirements are getting higher, and this gives us the incentive to continue to improve”.