About: Duke Energy is “the largest electric power holding company in the United States with more than $100 billion in total assets. Its regulated utility operations serve approximately 7.1 million electric customers located in six states in the Southeast and Midwest.”
Design by: In-house.
Ed.’s Notes: Bigger view of the logo below (or after the jump) as if a bigger view explains what it is. The new logo was spurred by the merger with Progress Energy and is set to roll out in April 2013.
Relevant links: Press Release.
Quote:”The new logo depicts forward motion, representing energy for the future,” said Ginny Mackin, Duke Energy’s chief communications officer. “It draws on elements from the legacy companies’ logos: Progress Energy’s ‘star’ and the ‘swoosh’ in Duke Energy’s ‘D.’”
Established in 2000 after the merger of PECO Energy and Unicom, Exelon is the leading U.S. energy provider with its family of business involved in all parts of the process, from generation to power sales to transmission to delivery. Exelon is the largest owner and operator of nuclear plants in the United States and counts with over 27,000 employees in operations and business activities in 47 states. Exelon’s retail company, Constellation, a company with which they merged in March of 2012, serves approximately 100,000 business and 1 million residential customers. This past June, Exelon introduced a new logo designed by Futurebrand.