Like us on Facebook and Follow us on Twitter


News:Media Kit

Lasted edited by Andrew Munsey, updated on June 15, 2016 at 1:48 am.

  • 2 errors has been found on this page. Administrator will correct this soon.
  • This page has been imported from the old peswiki website. This message will be removed once updated.

Clean Energy Technologies Logos and Banners

The Top 100 Clean Energy Technologies will be on display at the Directory:Environmental Hall of Fame in Chicago, Illinois on Nov, 20-22, 2008, and in the National Green Museum for a year thereafter.

A New Energy Congress prioritized listing of the very best energy technologies according to ten Congress:Technology Criteria, including: renewable, environmentally safe, affordable, credible, reliable, developed, and safe (among others). The New Energy Congress is an association for the purpose of reviewing the most promising claims to up-and-coming clean, renewable, affordable, reliable energy technologies, in order to come up with a weighted list of recommendations of the best technologies.

Since April, 2006, the There was an error working with the wiki: Code[2] they established. Last update - May 18, 2008.

NOTE: The Top 100 list is in constant flux, so please don't designate the current position on the list of your company, on either the Top 20 or Top 100, because it will change within 30 days. This is not a static list. It is dynamic and constantly changing.



PNG Image for T20 technologies to list on identified Congress:Top 100 Technologies -- RD sites. Use the PNG when a transparent background is desired.

Otherwise, use these JPEG logos




PNG Image for T100 technologies to list on identified Congress:Top 100:Complete List sites. Use the PNG when a transparent background is desired. Otherwise, use these JPEG logos


Environmental Hall of Fame

Displays Chicago, Nov. 2008.


Graphic Sources Downloads: CLICK ON THE DOWNLOAD LINK for the proper file format!

By using these graphics, you are agreeing the the GNU licensing terms.

First, a note about VECTOR and RASTER files:

When you use PESN graphics, it's important to use the best file format and type for the job. There are two primary kinds of graphics: Vector and Raster. Vector graphics are shapes defined mathematically. They can scale infinitely up or down without losing resolution. Raster formats are defined by pixels. They have limits to their scalability, but have the ability to represent thousands of colors...something vector formats weren't designed to do really. If you're working with a printing press, graphic designer, screen printer or sign maker, they should know what format best meets the need. If for some reason they cannot get the file for themselves from the links below, you may want to read on.

Vector file formats can be opened by Adobe Illustrator and CorelDraw, among other applications. Vector formats are best used when large graphics are needed (automobile graphics, billboards, etc.) and "solid-color" applications, like most screen-printing and cut-vinyl decals. Some AI, CDR EPS, WMF and PDF files are vector formats, but they may contain raster elements.

For "continuous-tone" thousand-color images, raster (pixel) files are used typically. File formats include: JPG, BMP, PNG, PSD, GIF and others. Use these formats when reproducing photographs, for instance. With raster graphics, you must pay attention to DPI - "Dots-per-inch" because this number indicates the density of pixels and will determine how large you can print/display a graphic without losing quality. A rule-of-thumb for raster graphics when printing to a typical inkjet printer: 150-300 DPI @ 100% size. Billboards and newspapers are lower resolutions, slick color magazines higher.


Image:PESWiki horiz logo300x byKevn.gif

Created by Kevn Lambson for PESWiki

This is a horizontally-configured PESWiki logo in a vector EPS file.


Image:Med Res PESN logo 300x300 byKevn.png

Created by Kevn Lambson for PESWiki

Medium Resolution PESWiki logo, raster format with transparent background in PNG format. Please link to


There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1]

See also