Tuesday, June 30, 2015

France's electrical grid ERDF gets its own logo

ERDF, or Électricité Réseau Distribution France, is the company in charge of France's electrical grid. Its 38,000 employees manage 95 percent of the electrical grid on French soil. It is a subsidiary of the electricity utility EDF and was branded as such until today when ERDF was given a separate visual identity.

A press release states that the new logo is an affirmation of the company's values, such as innovation, proximity and competitiveness. The company chose a simple logo with two colours. Blue is traditionally associated with ERDF and its vehicles, while green symbolises innovation and green technology.

Previous logo, based on that of EDF.

Long-ish logo presentation video:

Press release
Press release pdf

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