- For general promotional/informational purposes
- To accompany articles about the ENERGY STAR program
Logos for print
To request a high-resolution logo suitable for use in print materials, please visit www.energystar.gov/buildingshelp and select “Ask a Question.” In the “Question” section of the form, please write your request, and include a description of where the logo will appear.
ENERGY STAR identity guidelines
Refer to the ENERGY STAR Identity Guidelines for proper usage of the ENERGY STAR and Portfolio Manager marks.
EPA’s ENERGY STAR program provides off-the-shelf tools, such as this interactive animated cubicle, to help organizations educate their employees about ways to save energy at work.
EPA’s ENERGY STAR program provides off-the-shelf tools, such as this interactive animated manufacturing plant, to help organizations educate their employees about ways to save energy at work.
A recent study by EPA found that buildings that consistently benchmarked their energy use over a 3-year period showed an average 2.4-percent reduction in energy use every year. This chart shows the decrease in average energy use intensity (expressed as weather-normalized source energy use intensity) for buildings in the study.
Buildings that have earned EPA’s ENERGY STAR certification use, on average, 35 percent less energy and generate 35 percent fewer greenhouse gas emissions than typical buildings