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2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™

Aggreko will be the Official Temporary Power Generator of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™

Following successful delivery of temporary power at the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ in South Africa, Aggreko has once again been selected to be the Official Temporary Power Generator.

Aggreko will provide the power required for the broadcasting (television, radio, internet and press media) of all 64 matches of the competition.

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"To ensure that the images from the twelve stadiums are transmitted to more than 200 countries and territories worldwide, it is essential that we have reliable and consistent broadcast power provided by temporary infrastructure.

As such I am delighted that Aggreko as a world leader in temporary power has joined the operational line-up, especially as the company was already successfully involved in the 2010 FIFA World Cup," explained Niclas Ericson, FIFA TV Director.

"The  deal is of huge importance as it not only ensures the successful delivery of the TV images but will also result in a significant reduction in operational investments for all 12 Host Cities."

Aggreko was the exclusive temporary power provider for the Olympics in London in 2012; Vancouver in 2010; and Beijing in 2008. Find out more


Billions of people share in the excitement of the FIFA World Cup because of broadcasting.  But behind the cameras lies enormously complex engineering and logistics, and Aggreko is proud to be part of the team that delivers a faultless end result.

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