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LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:

Recognising the urgent need to cut greenhouse gas emissions and work toward clean energy with renewable fuels, Vattenfall, one of Europes largest electrical utilities and Wavebob, a wave energy technology company, have formed a new joint venture company in Ireland, Tonn Energy.

Tonn Energys role in the emerging wave energy sector will be as a power generator, introducing commercial ocean energy into Irelands renewables portfolio. Backed by Vattenfalls considerable weight, the Tonn Energy will apply the emerging wave conversion technology from Wavebob and others, to harness Irelands massive wave energy resource.

In the first instance, Tonn Energy plans to implement a small wave farm (9MW) off the coast of Mayo, in Irelands Atlantic waters as soon as possible. In time Tonn Energy hopes to achieve sustainable wave energy production in Ireland, by building and operating some 250MW of generating capacity. The ambitions announced by Vattenfall today represent half of the Irish Governments Ocean Energy Strategy targets for 2020, predicted to contribute 360 million to the economy, and to create 574 jobs.

HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:

A corporate logo for Tonn Energy, with all the normal requirements for a logo - look good in black and white, web safe colours, scale down well etc.

OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:

Irish local interest groups (consumers), Government agencies, corporate stakeholders.

Note that 'Tonn' means wave in Irish.

WE LIKE THESE DESIGNS:

See attached document, we have included the logo's of our two stakeholders. Notice how similar their logos are, in terms of colour and style. The logo should either fit with these two, or be totally different - but it shouldn't clash with them - since they will likely often appear on the same page.

WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE (or we don't want to see) THIS IN OUR DESIGN:

We don't want to the Irish theme to be too emphasised in the logo. We don't need harps, or pints of Guinness.

This is predominantly a corporate renewables energy project, with Irish roots.

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