Vector Energy is the new name of Vector Motor Control Ibérica (VMC), a Spanish company involved in energy efficiency, renewable energies and industrial automation. After more than 20 years of experience in the electrical sector keeping the original commercial name, the company located in Barcelona has decided to renew its corporate identity adapting it to the current reality and to the company’s future projects.
“During the last years we have incorporated important business units, we have adapted to the changes in the electricity sector and to the needs of our customers and Vector has grown to be something considerably larger and more global than what it was in its beginnings, a company that manufactures and markets frequency inverters,” explains general manager Iván Olivares. “It’s time to take a step forward to convey what we are now and what we want to be in the future, a vector of the energy transition.”
The main element of the new corporate identity is a new logo that clearly and directly highlights the new Vector brand. The change in Vector Energy’s corporate identity is complemented by a new website www.vectorenergy.com that shows the current solutions, products and services offered by the company, organised into different business units: Power Protection and Distribution, Industrial Control, Industrial Automation, Renewable Energy, Power Quality, SCADA and Cloud Solutions. The new website highlights the V2Service section for commercial and technical customer support from project specification to start-up.
The renewal of Vector Energy’s corporate identity coincides with the start of its expansion in the international market with the commercialization of the SUNVEC solar inverter range and its presence at the latest edition of the Intersolar Europe trade fair. Vector Energy has also begun work on the expansion of the company’s headquarters in Santa Perpètua de Mogoda (Barcelona) with a new 4,500 m2 warehouse adjacent to the current facilities to house future investments in clean energy projects with the aim of being a vector of the energy transition.