Thanks for signing the petition - Solar Citizens

Thanks for signing the petition

Thanks for signing the petition calling on our politicians to plan for an orderly transition to 100% renewable power. A 100% renewable Australia is better for everyone - can you share the petition with family and friends? 

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For the past few months, Solar Citizens has been travelling to cities and regional centres across the country to deliver a dynamic presentation showing Australians exactly how we can achieve an orderly transition to 100% renewables by 2030. 

Now, as our next step we’re planning a number of 100% Renewables Ambassador Trainings early next year, training people in how to engage with their community and politicians on 100% renewables and the Homegrown Power Plan.

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