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.

Cheryl Cooper, Glenreagh, 2450

I am absolutely appalled by this Government's behaviour. There are more jobs in renewables and a better future for our grandchildren.

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Dominic, East Balmain 2041

Australia has so much more potential for solar energy. We are way behind on large scale solar, and many more people want rooftop solar at home. We need clear policies to help renters, unit owners and low-income families as well as companies to play their part in reducing - even eliminating - our greenhouse gas emissions.

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Aimee, Croydon, 2132

I'm a renter, but I want to be a proud solar owner someday soon. Governments need to make solar easier to get for people like me. That's why I'm standing up for solar.

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Alex, Sydney, 2000

I want to see a sun-powered future for Australia.

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