New Propane Logo

With the help of industry volunteers led by PERC’s Advisory Committee, PERC has completed a research project on the ideal positioning for propane. The result is a new brand identity for propane, anchored by a new tagline: PROPANE Clean American Energy™. The new brand will replace PROPANE Exceptional Energy® branding.

The Research

PERC conducted extensive qualitative and quantitative research to arrive at the new brand identity. The research included surveying residential users (current and prospective customers), landscape contractors, fleet managers, and propane marketers. Research participants evaluated a variety of new brand options, as well as the PROPANE Exceptional Energy® brand. The new brand, PROPANE Clean American Energy™, performed significantly better among all audiences.

Why Update the Propane Brand?

Watch the video to hear Roy Willis, president and CEO of PERC, explain the development of the new brand. The change in the propane brand identity reflects changes in the marketplace, including the following:

  • The development of new propane technology in a variety of applications — beyond home heating and cooking — has made propane an appealing alternative to gasoline and diesel.
  • U.S. propane production has increased significantly, making the fuel truly American-made.
  • More residential customers are making efforts to use energy that’s good for the planet and for our country.

As the industry evolved, it became necessary for propane’s identity to evolve as well.

Using the New Propane Brand

Put the new PROPANE Clean American Energy™ logo to work for your business right away. Begin by visiting the Propane MaRC to download the new logo files and usage guidelines. Use the checklist below for suggestions for placing the new logo.

Download the logo files and usage guide >>

Around the office

  • Business cards.
  • Stationery.
  • Signs.
  • Invoices.

In the field

  • Bobtails and other trucks.
  • Tanks.
  • Pumps.
  • Uniforms.
  • Promotional items for customers (such as T-shirts, pens, and magnets).
  • Advertisements (print and TV).
  • Printed collateral (such as brochures, flyers, and mail inserts).
  • Banners and other event signage.
  • Logos that are part of sponsorships or association memberships (such as homebuilder association sponsorships).


  • Websites.
  • Social media pages (such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn).
  • Email signatures.
  • Videos.