ENERGY STAR logo use guidelines

These logo use guidelines were developed to assist all Canadian organizations that have ENERGY STAR - certified buildings with the proper application of the ENERGY STAR logo in order to elevate and amplify the ENERGY STAR brand while promoting their buildings superior energy performance. The guidelines and requirements apply to the ENERGY STAR logo in all applications.

NRCan is currently updating its guidelines for using the ENERGY STAR logo. You can refer to the following resources for information and examples of how others are using the ENERGY STAR logo to promote their successes, and to encourage others to benchmark their energy and to apply for ENERGY STAR certification for their own commercial and institutional buildings.

Natural Resources Canada’s ENERGY STAR logo use guidelines.

U.S. EPA’s Promotional Tool Kit for Buildings

Have questions? No problem. Contact us at nrcan.energystarcertificationbuildings.rncan@canada.ca.

We look forward seeing your positive use of the logo to celebrate your building’s superior energy performance!


The ENERGY STAR name and symbol are administered and promoted in Canada by Natural Resources Canada and are registered in Canada by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.