Solar Panel Business Logo Maker

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Brand Your Solar Panel Business With Our Free Online Logo Maker

TRUiC’s solar panel business logo maker allows you to easily brand your company and create the best logo design for your business in just a few clicks. We generate thousands of logos in seconds until you find the best, professional looking logo for your business. 

Our solar panel business logos are unique as they are based on icons, designs, and other assets created by our TRUiC designers paired with open-source graphics and fonts, so there are no legal issues for your business. 

Once you make your free logo and download your favorite design, it is yours to own and further customize for all your business needs. Whether you choose to edit it further or use it for your website, business cards, correspondence, or other brandable items, our user-friendly logo generator has got you covered so you can create a high-resolution, professional logo in just a few steps!

Don’t have a business idea or registered your business name yet? Visit our helpful guides on How to Start a Solar Panel Business or visit our How to Register a Business Name.

Creating Your Solar Panel Business Logo

As you create a solar panel business logo, there are a few basic principles and best practices to keep in mind. There are four essential elements to building a great logo: shapes, colors, fonts, and symbols. Each element has a range of meanings associated with it. By choosing elements that align with your brand, you’ll create a logo that will accurately represent your business.

Before you start designing, you’ll need to identify the key features of your solar panel business. First, describe your customer base. Are you catering to corporations or private homes? Then define what makes your solar panel business unique. How do you stand out from your competitors? Finally, consider your mission statement and brand values. Why should your customers choose you?

Next we’ll cover each design element and what they can communicate about your business.

Shape Equals Style

While it might not seem important, the overall shape of your logo actually has a lot to say about the way you do business. Circles symbolize community and connectivity. Curved shapes convey welcome and comfort. Triangles indicate power, stability, and growth. Rectangles, often used in solar panel business logos, communicate stability, balance, reliability, and trust.

Color Fuels Emotion

Color is often associated with emotion—from red’s bold hues, to soothing shades of gray. As you design your logo, choose colors that will help your customers to connect emotionally with your brand. Oranges and reds are popular colors in solar panel business logos because both of these colors communicate energy and intensity. Orange is also considered a happy, friendly color, while red is associated with power, strength, and action. Black is another color you’ll frequently find in solar panel business logos —it’s considered bold, classic, powerful, and sophisticated.

Symbols Connect

Symbols are used in logo design to create a visual connection with a defining quality of your brand. Common symbols used in solar panel business logos include circular shapes which resemble the sun and communicate connection and continuity. Upward facing triangles are also very popular as they indicate power, energy, and strength. Other popular symbols include houses for home solar panels, leaves to indicate green energy, and squares to symbolize the panels themselves.

Fonts Show Personality

Fonts are often associated with the personality of a business. Traditional fonts like Times New Roman suggest that a brand is formal and sophisticated. Most well-known solar panel logos use clean and modern font styles like Avenir and Futura which communicate that a company is humanistic, forward thinking, and universal. 

Solar Panel Businesses With Well-Designed Logos

Along with the examples above let’s dive a little deeper into the logos of a few well-known solar panel businesses to see how each one uses the language of design to identify their unique brand.

Hanwha

What works: The clean white of this logo shines against an orange background — white nods to the brand’s “clean” energy source, and orange emphasizes the brand’s energy and intensity. The more abstract shape of this logo creates a forward pointing triangle, suggesting that this brand is moving forward towards the future. The font is clean and modern, and the organic shape of the linked circles communicates energy, connection, and positive vibes.

Solar Edge

What works: This bold rectangular logo communicates authority, stability, and confidence while the angled red block highlights the ‘edgy’ forward motion of the brand. The clean sans serif font is bold and modern. The black and red logo indicates that the brand is bold, powerful, and strong.

Conclusion

In the same way a solar panel collects and condenses the sun’s energy, the elements of design can capture and convey the energy and strength your business has to offer. Using the tools above, identify the defining qualities of your business, and make sure each element in your design reflects these qualities. You’ll quickly create a solar panel business logo that’s as unique and powerful as the company behind it.

1. Enter Your Business Name and Tagline

The TRUiC solar panel business logo generator requires you to add your business’s name and optionally a tagline, or slogan, to help generate your logo.

2. Choose a Type of Logo Design, Font, and Color Scheme

When designing your logo, you’ll have to choose between having a logo with a graphic or a text only solar panel business logo.

Option 1: Graphic

This type of logo displays your business name with a themed solar panel business graphic that will be displayed in a few different layouts. The graphic will either sit next to your business name, or it will sit above it.

After choosing this, you’ll need to choose your favorite font style and color pallet to generate your first set of logo choices.

Option 2: Text 

This type of logo displays your business name or just the initials of your business name in a stylized way using creative fonts and typography

After this, you’ll choose a color pallet and generate your logo choices.

3. Generate Logo Options

Our generator creates thousands of logos to choose from. Feel free to search through our numerous options and explore!

4. Customize Your Solar Panel Business Logo

Wonderful! You've found a logo you like; you can now customize it further by changing up the font and color for your solar panel business logo. If you aren't happy with the changes you made, there is a reset button so that you never lose your original design.

5. Download Your Solar Panel Business Logo

Now that your logo is customized, you will go to our final step, downloading your logo. We make it hassle-free with no email requirements and no sign-ups of any kind — simply download and you’re done.

Our logo maker will provide you with a high-resolution logo in a scalable vector graphic (SVG) file format. This file format is the best for logos because it is easily editable and can be resized as small or as large as you need without losing any quality.

Our solar panel business logo designs also come available for all social media platforms like YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, Google, and more.

6. After Downloading, Make Sure Your Logo is Unique

Now that you have decided on your favorite logo design for your business, you should conduct a trademark search to ensure that your logo design is unique. 

This step will ensure that your logo design is unique to your business and that once trademarked, no one will be able to use it. If you want to learn more about how to trademark your professional logo and ensure its availability, you can visit our guide on How to Trademark Your Business Brand.

Make sure to confirm that your new logo is completely unique by taking the following steps: 

  • Perform a reverse image search on Google.
  • Formally conduct a trademark search using a lawyer specialized in trademarks.

7. Get Your Domain and Start Creating Your Website

Now that you have your logo, you are ready to start building your brand and creating your website. GoDaddy's free website builder offers the best option for creating a professional website and is very user-friendly — even for beginners. Creating your own website is such a crucial and satisfying step for any new business owner.

Things to Consider When Picking a Logo

Your company logo can convey different meanings depending on the logo design you choose so try branding your company with a logo sporting symbols, icons, and/or fonts that clearly represents what you’re selling to your customers (e.g., use a coffee cup in the logo for a coffee shop).

Color Psychology - The colors in your business logo design can help define the mood of your business. Consider which color scheme will best represent your logo design when using the color editor and creating your company brand with our logo maker.

  • Warm colors such as red, orange, pink, brown, beige, and yellow are considered to be inviting or exciting.
  • Cool colors like blues, greens, and purples convey a relaxing mood in a brand relating to the ocean or a calming atmosphere. 
  • Black and white provide great contrast when branding your business and are easy to see and read. 

Accessibility - There are basic rules when it comes to creating an effective and accessible logo design. 

  • The font you choose should be easy for customers to read and recognize. 
  • Color contrast is vital for the readability of your business logo.

Icons vs. symbols to make your own logo design - Symbols can help to represent your business, like products you sell or the type and quality of service you offer; it’s like a visual metaphor for your logo design.

For example, a logo design for a CBD oil shop could be depicted as a leaf; the symbolism being that it’s earthy, organic, natural, or all of these. Or, if you own a computer store, you can create a logo design that has the icon of a computer, it can really be that simple.

Font style - Choosing the right font for a logo design is important since fonts capture the attention of customers and show what they can expect from your company. 

If you own a more formal business, such as an accounting firm, you’ll likely want to choose a font that is more minimalistic and professional. If you’re opening a business such as a toy store, you’ll probably want to choose a font that is more fun and whimsical. 

If you aren't feeling confident about designing your small business logo, then check out our Design Guides for Beginners, we'll give you helpful tips and advice for creating the best unique logo for your business.

Frequently Asked Questions

How soon can I use my free solar panel business logo?

After creating your own logo, you can download it and use your new solar panel business logo immediately.

How much does it cost to create a logo using TRUiC's Logo Generator?

Using TRUiC’s solar panel business logo generator to design your own logo and download it is completely free, with no email sign ups and no strings attached.

Once you’ve downloaded your logo, you can use it for any commercial or personal purposes. We recommend getting marketing and promotional materials, like business cards through Deluxe.

What is the difference between copyright, trademark, and patent?

Copyright, trademark, and patent are all types of intellectual property (IP)  that do different things: 

Copyrights are often used by artists to protect their creative work; if someone copyrights their work (e.g., novel, song, etc.), they own the rights to be able to do what they want with it, from selling to recreating.

A trademark, according to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), is a word, phrase, symbol, and/or design that identifies and distinguishes the source of the goods of one party from those of others. Trademarks are commonly used for logos and slogans.

Patents are used to protect inventions and ideas. For instance, if someone creates a type of machine or tool, a patent can grant rights to the inventor so no one can use their invention/idea without permission.