Falck Renewables announces the start of the evolution path of its brand into Renantis. This is a new chapter for the Group, following the acquisition, through Green BidCo Spa, by institutional investors, of which JP Morgan Investment Management Inc. is advisor, and the subsequent delisting of the company. The new identity, which will sanction the evolution of Falck Renewables into Renantis, is represented by a clear purpose: “Building a better future for everyone, empowering people’s lives, with care”.
The Renantis manifesto highlights the key objectives of this new chapter, taking into consideration the main pillars at the base of the brand: care, innovation, diversity and effectiveness. The rebranding project was developed through a bottom-up process, which involved internal and external stakeholders, with the aim of bringing together the Group’s founding values, recognized by all, within the brand.
Renantis presents itself with a fresh visual identity, a reassuring design, characterized by warm colors and close to nature. ‘Renantis’ is an abstract word inspired by the Latin term ‘renovare’, which means ‘to renew’. The design of the logo reflects the intrinsic values of the Group, with sustainability at the center.
“Renantis develops on the foundations of Falck Renewables as a protagonist of the global energy transition, strengthening the Group’s commitment to creating a better future for all – says the CEO Toni Volpe – The new Renantis brand represents our ability to generate a positive impact on the Planet, through our approach characterized by the care we have for territories, environment and people. We will achieve this goal thanks to the collaboration between colleagues and external stakeholders for concrete, significant and solid growth “.
“We are proud to announce this change of identity at Key Energy 2022. The fair, one of the largest Italian events linked to the world of energy, has chosen us as the event’s Energy Transition Ambassador. We value this role thanks to our experience in renewables, combined with a future-oriented approach ”, concludes Toni Volpe.