U.S. Department of Energy - Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
EERE Communication Standards & Guidelines
EERE Office, Subprogram, and Specialty Logos
The following logos are the only logos approved for use. When used, they must be visually subordinate to the EERE Identifier. The Identity and Design Guidelines outline the approval process for new logos and define branding categories and EERE identifier requirements.
Before developing a new logo, you must first get approval from the EERE Publication Manager. If you need logos in a format that's not available here, please contact the Communication Standards Webmaster.
The following are the approved EERE logos.
The Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy identifier does not use the DOE seal.
The Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) Identifier is used on all EERE projects. It cannot be redrawn or altered in any way. The Office Identifiers are optional.
The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) is the only EERE Program with an approved logo.
Subprogram logos are defined as programs that are managed by EERE programs.
Coalition logos are defined as DOE-sponsored networks—usually comprised of local governments—that operate under a DOE program for deployment and demonstration purposes.
Conferences are comprised of conferences, events, trade shows, peer reviews, merit reviews, symposiums, meetings, or other similar gatherings.
Partnerships and initiatives are comprised of DOE-sponsored select industry, academia, or government groups, and are often for developing best practices and furthering program goals.
Competitions are positioned to advance workforce training and development in clean energy technologies.
These activities are comprised of interagency partnerships with other federal agencies.
Product logos are used for products, like software programs or technologies, that EERE has developed.