Siemens Wind Power and Gamesa have joined forces in one of the biggest mergers in the renewables energy market.
The result of this merger is Siemens Gamesa, a new global energy giant with more than 27,000 employees, presence in more than 90 countries and 11B Revenue.
For this task, Siemens Gamesa choose to partner with us to help them create a unified brand to represent the new company as well as to develop a comprehensive set of brand, marketing and communication tools to effectively communicate key messages to all stakeholders: employees, shareholders, customers and partners alike.
We worked on a design and communication system that would allow the new company to express itself as a single organisation with a unified business and management strategy.
After developing the brand key messages, we worked on a cohesive concept that was powerful enough to convey the new shared spirit in a relevant and engaging way. ‘Windfinity’ was born, a portmanteau of words that make direct reference to the energy of nature as a source of infinite, clean and sustainable power.
The concept is interpreted through different messages for internal and external audiences throughout a communication campaign that underpins the company’s vision and positioning.
The brand launch was held on April 4th across more than 100 locations worldwide where employees have started to embrace the first steps of this exciting new venture.
We also translated this strategy into a new visual identity, with new graphic codes that allow them to unify all communications under the same language, projecting a coherent image.
In order to maintain the equity both companies had built over more than 40 years, we developed a system that brought continuity by maintaining some existing visual references from both companies. The system sought a neutral language to simply let the messages and the new logo lock-up lead.
The colour palette also respects the heritage of both companies, including Siemens’ turquoise as well as Gamesa's warm orange, but also introduced a new one, purple, to distance the new company from the competition.
An original graphic element for the new brand, a pattern of undulating particles inspired by the movement of the wind, reinforces the relationship with this essential natural phenomenon.
In addition, these patterns can be animated, changing their shape and color allowing expressive digital environments.