If you're a regular visitor to energy.gov and Energy Saver, you may have noticed a few changes around here. In addition to a site-wide redesign across energy.gov, Energy Saver is launching a new brand identity, which includes a new logo.
The purpose of this new identity is to make it easier for you, the individual homeowner, driver, and consumer served by Energy Saver, to find the content on energy.gov that is most relevant to you.
Whenever you see the Energy Saver logo, you'll know that it accompanies information that you can use now to save money, save energy, and improve the comfort of your home.
As you navigate the site, you'll find several variations on the logo.
The green is what you'll see most often and is used to designate information that can be used year-round for savings and comfort.
The yellow version is used when we talk about warm-weather topics. You might see this when we're discussing home cooling systems, summer cooking, or avoiding heat gain from windows.
The blue version of the logo will be used when we are specifically talking about cold-weather topics. For example, you may see this when we talk about the seasonal change to fall or winter, home heating, or holiday lighting.
If you see a logo with the lights on in the house, you'll know that you can find detailed steps for completing an energy- and money-saving home improvement projects. Some of our projects include insulating your hot water heater, weatherstripping windows, and insulating over unconditioned garages. For these and other projects, visit our do-it-yourself projects page.
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