NCSEA Logo Program
We are pleased to offer the NCSEA Member Logo Program to our Members as a way to show your commitment to North Carolina's clean energy future and the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association.
Download the NCSEA Membership Logo.
Here are some suggestions of how you can use it :
- Display the NCSEA Membership Logo on your personal or company website and include a link to energync.org.
- Include the NCSEA Member Logo on your promotional/marketing brochures, graphics or signs in your booth when showcasing your company at related industry events.
- Add the NCSEA Member Logo to the signature line of your email. Be sure to include a link to energync.org.
NCSEA Member Logo Guidelines
- The NCSEA logo may not be used to imply NCSEA's endorsement of any of your company's services or products.
- The NCSEA logo may not be altered. It must be displayed in full, however it can be resized to meet your marketing needs.
- The NCSEA logo, the acronym "NCSEA", and the formal name "North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association" shall only be used to represent membership in the Association.
- The logo is a copyright of NCSEA.
- The user releases NCSEA from all claims arising from or out of user’s use of the logo.
- Misuse of the NCSEA logo may result in termination of membership. Evidence of misuse will be referred to the NCSEA Board of Directors for appropriate action on a case-by-case basis.
If you have any questions about our logo program, please contact us. Check back here to make sure you are using the most up-to-date NCSEA logo.
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