Take a selfie to Stand Up For Solar

Australians love their solar - there's over 5 million of us living under a solar roof! So why not show that love with a solar selfie? It's a great way for decision-makers to put a face to some of those 5 million solar-owners, and the millions more who support getting clean energy from the sun. 

Taking a selfie?

  1. Click to download and print the "Stand Up For Solar" Pledge Card
  2. Hold the pledge card proudly and snap your selfie 
  3. Upload your photo below

Taking a group photo?

  1. Click to download and print a copy of the "Stand Up For Solar" group declaration sign
  2. Get your group together - perhaps it's your family, neighbours or colleagues
  3. Write the name of your group in the space provided e.g. "The Jones Family", "Ramsay Street" or "Coffee Bean Cafe"
  4. Hold the sign up proudly and snap your photo
  5. Upload your photo below

Can't log in? You may need to create an account - it's easy and should only take a couple of minutes. Alternatively, try logging in using facebook or twitter. If you have any trouble, email your photo to info@solarcitizens.org.au with your name, suburb, postcode and why you're standing up for solar.

Please check your e-mail for a link to activate your account.

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Singing group "Ecopella" are standing up for solar! They sent through their group photo to local MP Angus Taylor, urging him to do the same.

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Stef's Sausage Sizzle Solar Shindig

Russell, Alex, Maura, Anthony, Stef, Daniel and Matthew called their local MP, Julie Bishop, to urge her to Stand Up For Solar during their sausage sizzle. 

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Crafty Solar Shindig in the electorate of Paterson

Tracie and the team sent this photo through to their Local MP Bob Baldwin t let him know they're standing up for solar, and he should too. 

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Stand Up For Solar in Canberra!

Asta and the team called their local MP Gai Brodtmann and urged her to Stand Up For Solar at the ALP National Conference later this week. 

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Geoff Linnell, Mt.Martha 3934

If our politicians won't show the way when it comes to tackling climate change, we have to show them that the citizens they represent take it very seriously indeed.  Our future depends on it.

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Helen Kinniburgh, Annerley, 4103

Standing up for solar for many reasons - an industry of the future with many job and business opportunities. Clean energy for our future. All those great researchers, inventors, designers of the new and continually improving technology need to know that we appreciate their efforts to problem solve  and come up with solutions that are environment/planet/human friendly but still allow a great standard of living for us. Energy from the sun makes so much sense and it really is a beautiful way to live.

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Jerry

Global Warming is about physics and chemistry, so it doesn't matter which political party gets your vote. Over 50% of Australian households already use renewable energy as part of their energy mix. The households of Queensland including 'Bellis,' our home, lead the way in adopting clean, green, sustainable, renewable solar power. It reduces our cost of living! Australian people 'get' the dangers posed by Global Warming and burning fossil fuels, like coal, but governments and big business are letting the game down. Leave coal in the ground, and adopt the 'Zero Emissions Australia' plan:www.zeroemissions.org.au

 

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Joan Holmes, Glenreagh, 2450

I am 87 tomorrow and want to help save the earth for my grandchildren and great grandchildren.  We have so much sun here and we should use it!

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Martin Chape, Bellevue WA 6056

I'm standing up for future generations

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Peter, Epping

Why am I standing up for solar? Because the fossil fueled alternatives threaten all life forms!

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Pauline Betts, Callala Beach 2540

Renewable energy is the obvious solution to at least some of our poor planet’s woes.

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Brian Thomas, Collie, 6225

I am supporting solar because it is blatantly obvious, Tony Abbott is incapable.
Who ever gets my vote next election better have a good renewable energy policy and a re think of solar rebates.
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Michael Edward Granat

I'm standing up for Solar because the energy distributor in my area (Singapore Power owned Ausnet Services) penalises its customers for installing solar, in part to avoid the need to upgrade its aging infrastructure to return energy to the grid. I investigated going solar PV to help the planet but, if I did, my weekday kWh power cost would have gone up 26% (when taken off my flat rate and put on their absurd 07:00-23:00 Mon-Fri "peak period") then charged $ hundreds to reconnect to the grid for a click a virtual switch. The privatisation of Victoria's energy industry is a consumer and environmental disaster.

Who gets my next election vote is contingent on taking climate change and the renewables sector (which is the new industrial revolution on which Australia is missing out due to Coal-ition governments) seriously.

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Jean Christie, Hawthorn, 3122

I'm standing up for solar to protect our environment and lower my electricity prices.
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Barbara Ainsworth Lane Cove NSW 2066

I believe that solar power is the energy of the future

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Marie & Philippe Bonne and our special friends, Bendigo, 3550

Solar  makes sense. These children are inheriting a world that has to be managed in an  enlightened way. Solar research into efficiencies and smart use is only starting. It needs funding.

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Fergusson Avenue, Tasmania 7054

Taking advantage of natural Solar Energy to create clean power.

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Paul King

Because it turns out the best things in life are free!

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Stephanie and Mia Jersmann, Toorak Gardens, 5065

Solar energy is clean and should be our future, NOT coal.

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Fabio Cavadini & Mandy King 2204

Solar is good - the ALP needs to show leadership on this issue or they remain indistinguishable from the government!

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Katrina Hennigan

Solar is good (genuinely).

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Rupe Macaw Langwarrin 3910

We need to use as much solar energy as possible to reduce our dependance on fossil fuels.

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Greg Howell

Because it's free, renewable, clean and it looks great in a photo...no no that's photo-voltaic :)

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Paul Sullivan

Because it's a renewable energy

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Rickard Family - Wardell - NSW

We stand up for solar because it simply makes sense..free clean energy powered by the sun...innovations....job opportunities...endless possibilities

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Paul Macgowan 2619

I want to live the future, not the past

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John Herbst

I'm standing up for Solar because it's economically and environmentally efficient.

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TRANSITION MARGARET RIVER

We stand with Solar Citizens and communities all around Australia in Standing Up for Solar!

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Glenny family

Because we care about the future

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Lakshman Abeykoon , Noble Park , Vic 3174

It is the correct and the right thing to do for our future

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Linda Gregory

Solar is a clean energy. Australia has so much sun we should all be using it, and our Government should support it,s use.

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Courtney, Gladstone, 4680

My friend and I can live with solar ...

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Dr David Reiter, Carindale

It makes sound economic as well as environmental sense to invest in renewables – especially solar.

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Sue, Mile End, 5031

I want clean power and a clean planet.

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Marcia Shaunessy

Energy from the sun, our life force, is free and clean, and absolutely renewable. It is unconscionable that our government chooses not to use it, but rather to blight the earth with coal mines and non-renewable energy.

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Ashley, Wulguru 4811

Australia has the highest average solar radiation per square metre of any continent in the world. For our government to choose to ignore this abundant, clean natural resource in favour of fossil fuels is a travesty. Between solar thermal, Solar PV, and other technologies like wind, there is no reason why all of Australia's electricity can't be 100% renewable in the near future. Only vested interests and inertia stand in the way!

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Mark Abbott

Solar and alternative technologies research should be at the top of the list for both governments and private enterprise, and we should begin the process of moving away from coal in the medium to long term...

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Eric, Ainslie 2602

Clean energy is our future and Australia is one of the best placed countries to make it happen.

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Ross Geoghegan, Alice Springs 0870

We have to put pressure on the pollies to wake up to themselves and do what is right for the country, not for their big business buddies.

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