Origis Energy is Powering the Solar RevolutionSM with custom clean energy solutions for utility, commercial and public sector clients. The Origis team has worked to ensure the interests of all stakeholders are upheld in more than 100 projects worldwide totaling 500+ megawatts to date of developed solar capacity. With offices in the U.S., Brazil, and Belgium, Origis delivers excellence in solar project development, financing, engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) and operations, maintenance and asset management for investors and clean energy consumers across Europe and the Americas.
Scope of Work
Our original work for Origis started with the press related to their U.S. market entry with the second largest solar installation in Georgia. The company needed Identity3 to work with the local utility, Georgia Power, to coordinate press efforts for its dedication of the 23.5 megawatts (MW)DC projects. Our services for the company have expanded to include branding/ tagline development, a new website and press efforts for Mississippi Power, a division of the Southern Company.
Marketing services provided for Origis Energy include (in alphabetical order):
- Branding | Corporate Identity
- Collateral Development
- Company Value Proposition Development
- Competitive Landscape Review
- Email Marketing
- Logo Refinement (In association with Corbae Creative)
- Public Relations
- Tagline Development and Evolution
- Website Development (In association with Corbae Creative)
“Working with Glenna and Identity3 on our Georgia project announcement enabled Origis Energy to reach media communities key to our overall goal in the U.S., to increase our solar footprint to 300 MW by the end of 2014.”
-Johan Vanhee, COO & Partner, Origis Energy
Georgia Power Press Results
Georgia Power amended its third party press release rules to allow Origis Energy to include a quote from the utility for its solar dedication event. The release garnered widespread traditional and social media coverage.
- Client Origis Energy
- Date March 12, 2014
- Tags Agency Work, Clients