New EEBA Logo Emphasizes Path to Zero

New EEBA Logo Emphasizes Path to Zero

Since 1982 EEBA has been providing the highest level of education surrounding building science. Beginning as the Energy Efficient Building Association they evolved into the Energy and Environmental Building Alliance in 2008 as their goals expanded to include a focus on the environment and high performance building initiatives.

And now, as EEBA continues to push the industry forward on the path to net zero, they knew it was time to align their goals with their branding.

After many months, and a great deal of input from the EEBA Board, intern Brooke Bratrud has designed a new, modern-looking logo to refresh and replace the original design. The colors, fonts, and shapes in the logo all possess important meaning that support EEBA’s clear intent to push the building industry forward.

Since 1982 EEBA has been providing the highest level of education surrounding building science. Beginning as the Energy Efficient Building Association they evolved into the Energy and Environmental Building Alliance in 2008 as their goals expanded to include a focus on the environment and high performance building initiatives.

And now, as EEBA continues to push the industry forward on the path to net zero, they knew it was time to align their goals with their branding.

After many months, and a great deal of input from the EEBA Board, intern Brooke Bratrud has designed a new, modern-looking logo to refresh and replace the original design. The colors, fonts, and shapes in the logo all possess important meaning that support EEBA’s clear intent to push the building industry forward.

The green and blue colors both represent sustainability and caring for our natural resources including the land, skies, and oceans. Green additionally symbolizes the environment, energy, and growth, while blue represents loyalty, intelligence, and wisdom.

The prominent shapes in the new logo not only create a memorable impression, but are symbolic of EEBA’s ongoing mission to lead the industry towards higher levels of construction techniques and bold initiatives with clear, attainable paths to high-performance, net zero homes.

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