Regardless of this June’s blip of wet weather, UK summertime is a demanding time for continuous power. A huge array of festivals and events take place across the country in various and contrasting locations, often in remote and even completely off-grid locations. However, the one thing that they all share in common is a reliance on robust and reliable prime and standby power supplies. Therefore, British summertime is a busy period for Shenton Group’s emergency generator rental division.

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The wedding season alone creates a huge demand for continuous power. Outdoor marquees and garden parties bring with them catering, lighting and sound, all of which create significant power generator demands. Shenton Group only recently ensured two large weddings, one in Ibthorpe and one at Oakly Moor. Being as mindful and respectful to the sites’ heritage as we were to the power generator demands to secure a day of happy memories. Shenton Group provided two rental diesel generators: One for the event’s prime power and one as a standby emergency generator. After all, when it comes to a day as important as your wedding day, the last thing you want is for the music to stop and the lights to go out right in the middle of the speeches!

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Fetes and festivals bring with them even greater demands for power generation. We have recently provided rental generators for a small festival earlier in June, ensuring that the event delighted performers and visitors alike, thanks to an array of diesel generators supplied in optimal condition and managed by dedicated diesel generator engineers, we provide reliable power that you can count on!

If you’re planning any form of event this summer, whether it requires prime power, or standby power, Shenton Group can provide diesel generators to match the location and the energy demands of your event. Click here to get in touch with a member of the UK’s leading technical experts in Standby Power, Uninterruptible Power Supplies and Combined Heat & Power Systems.