opdenergy: an arc that points to future.
The multinational OPDE presents its new brand “Opdenergy” and renews its corporate image
- With the new identity, the organization strengthens its strategic positioning in the market; motivated by the increase of its international presence, by its diversification into new sources of energy and by the growth of its portfolio.
- The logo is composed of the written name of the brand and a symbol expressing the central idea behind its activity: energy is a powerful flow, a clean combination of three primary colors, blue, red and yellow, which come together to form a great arc pointing to future.
25th June 2018.- The multinational OPDE presents its new name “Opdenergy” and renews its corporate image to consolidate its internationalization process and the business increase it has experienced over the last years. The new branding adapts to a strategy that the company had been applying to diversify its activity in other sources of renewable generation, in addition to photovoltaics, thus adapting to current market trends, focused on a mix of energy solutions.
opdenergy, with its headquarters in Navarra, has offices in Mexico, Chile, the United Kingdom, the United States and Italy. The recent achievements of the company include the construction beginning of 144 MW in Mexico, a country where it has established itself as a benchmark; the award during last year of 200 MW in the energy auction held in Spain and the block of 176 GWh/year awarded in Chile, whose construction is estimated to begin in 2019.
The organization points out the success of closing the contracting of energy for more than 500 MW globally in the last two years, which is the result of an appropriate strategy of diversification and internationalization, that will allow the company to grow organically and to continue increasing its current development portfolio of more than 2.5GW.
The new image has been created by Manuel Estrada, National Design Award 2017 in Spain and creator of the logo for the 40th anniversary of the Spanish Constitution, as well as the image of the Energy and Environment International Trade Fair (Genera).