Queenslanders love their solar. More than 380,000 Queensland homes are powered by the sun - and thousands more are going solar every month. But the Newman Government has wiped out mandatory feed-in tariffs, brought in $500-a-day service charges discriminating against solar users and wound back a host of renewable energy initiatives.
You can help stop attacks on Queensland solar this election day. We've written to Premier Campbell Newman and the leaders of all the major parties to ask them where they stand on these five major issues facing solar.
If you want to know what they say - make your pledge today to Vote 1 Sun on Saturday, January 31, 2015.
Just fill in the form below and we will send you the responses from the major parties.
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I would like to see stability for solar that can only be changed in small increments up or down year to year and leadership to leadership. Giving solar businesses a stable future, and not having to operate on the edge of a proverbial cliff.
The future looked so bright in the beginning, but there is still hope to introduce legislation to stabilse the industry.