A new look for the Clean Energy Project

Big news! Today, we’re releasing an updated brand identity, which includes a new logo, font, and colors. You’ll begin to see this new look anywhere we’re out in public, like our website, social media channels, publications and community events.

For the past several years, the green power button has symbolized the Clean Energy Project’s work as an organization that mobilizes and empowers constituencies to support clean energy in Nevada.

In the past few years, as clean energy has evolved, so have we. In addition to our grassroots empowerment, CEP has taken on a thought-leadership role, conducting research, convening experts, and becoming an incubator for innovative, forward-thinking policies that will drive clean energy development in Nevada, the Southwest, and across the country. You may have noticed some of these changes in our recent content and blog posts.

Our goal for the design of the logo was to better match the work we do and the communities we serve. The lightbulb represents our commitment to innovation, bright ideas, and progress while our new, vibrant colors help illuminate these concepts.

We hope you like this new look and feel for the Clean Energy Project! Keep an eye out for it on our new website and subsequent communications.

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