Vattenfall gets a new logo

Several Northern European utilities are revamping their look. Now, Vattenfall will also update its logo.

Photo: Sådan så Vattenfalls logo ud indtil i dag. Vattenfalls nuværende vindmølle må leve med det gamle logo. Kun nye møller får det nye logo.

Following in the footsteps of several Northern European energy players, Vattenfall has also decided to change its logo and visual identity. However, in contrast to Equinor (Statoil) and Ørsted (Dong), Vattenfall is holding on to its name.

"As a leading company, we want to project ourselves in a modern and clear way and build on our strengths. That's what our customers and the world around us expect of us," says Karin Lepasoon, Head of Communications at Vattenfall, in a press release.

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