The Erlanger Stadtwerke AG is the main local provider of energy and water within the German city of Erlangen. With its` heat power plant, 4 hydroelectric power stations and wind turbines they provide energy for more than 20 thousand households.
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Creative Director: Katharina Reichert
Understanding of how a heat power plant works
For their 50th anniversary the Erlanger Stadtwerke AG intended to create videos explaining how energy is provided through their heating and also hydroelectric power plants. While being silent movies that could play on the screens of public transportation vehicles like busses, the videos should be appealing to kids and families.
At pwr communication we developed the character of Erwin, symbolizing the workers at ESTW. Instead of explaining the power plants from an outside point of view, we sent Erwin right into the power plants, on an adventurous journey that illustrated complicated processes in an easy digestible way and also is appealing to kids.
Storyboard – Erwin inside the power plant
Character Options for Erwin
Styleframes – Heating power plant
With 7 windturbines and 4 hydroelectric power stations the Erlanger Stadtwerke AG also invests a lot in renewable Energy. So we sent Erwin over to give them a visit within a second video. This video explains how rivers are used as a clean source of energy. We travel with Erwin from the top of a windmill into the water to inspect modern water turbines.
Storyboard workplace video
ESTW even created a mascot with pwr-communication for the 50th anniversary.
Kids quickly liked Erwin and got curious about what he is doing in the videos.
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