Pledge your support for a sun-powered Queensland!

Beautiful one day, renewable the next.

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“I’m for a sun-powered Queensland. I want everyone, everywhere to be able to power their lives with clean energy."

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Let’s move Queensland out of the dirty energy past and into the clean energy future.


“I’m for a sun-powered Queensland. I want everyone, everywhere to be able to power their lives with clean energy."

Join the Sun-Powered Queensland campaign to call on the Queensland Government to:

  • Champion large-scale clean energy projects across our state
  • Make our renewable energy target law
  • Phase out coal and gas-fired power
  • Help people who work in affected industries and their communities prepare for jobs for the future

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We’re called the sunshine state with good reason.

We have big open skies, not too many clouds and a big ball of energy that just shows up in the sky each day. In just six hours, it gives the world’s deserts more energy than all humans use in a year.

Powering our lives with energy from the sun and wind just makes sense. It doesn’t harm our climate, fuel coral bleaching or pollute our air and water. It’s affordable and good for our communities. It’ll create lots of good jobs in new industries with a big future. In fact, it already is.

But in Queensland right now, the Palaszczuk government doesn’t seem to get it. Our elected representatives are backing Adani’s giant polluting coal mine and dithering on clean energy. They're putting our climate, communities and reef at risk.

It’s an election year and Premier Palaszczuk needs to hear, loud and clear, we Queenslanders want clean energy, not coal. 

Pledge your support! 


The sun-powered Queensland pledge is supported by 350, Australian Conservation Foundation, Australian Marine Conservation Society, Energetic Communities, GetUp, Queensland Conservation Council and Solar Citizens – and endorsed by many others.

Latest Supporters

Diana 2017-04-24 10:02:31 +1000
Darcy 2017-04-22 17:19:35 +1000
mark 2017-04-22 13:59:13 +1000
Susie 2017-04-21 10:35:58 +1000
Kenneth 2017-04-20 13:30:12 +1000
Stacie 2017-04-18 07:39:58 +1000
Frances 2017-04-12 12:01:24 +1000
Enoka 2017-04-11 13:55:49 +1000
Cara 2017-04-11 11:25:17 +1000
Adam 2017-04-10 14:17:24 +1000
John 2017-04-05 11:01:30 +1000
It is about time that we look at the future of power and continue the cycle that humans have broken. Renewable energies are a viable option,
Tamara 2017-04-05 10:19:13 +1000
Carolyn 2017-04-04 11:39:41 +1000
sam 2017-04-03 16:54:03 +1000
Makes sense
Marian 2017-04-03 16:01:58 +1000
Kenneth Aberdeen
Kenneth 2017-04-02 08:50:07 +1000
Jawal 2017-04-01 22:09:00 +1100
Qld should use hot salt storage solar generating plants.
Peter 2017-04-01 15:20:48 +1100
Reyna 2017-03-31 11:52:35 +1100
Marilyn 2017-03-31 11:34:40 +1100
Paul Murchison
Paul 2017-03-29 21:33:53 +1100
Our off grid solar electricity system (without backup generator) has not only paid for itself (in comparison to the capital cost and ongoing fees that we would have needed to connect to the grid 200 metres away), but also is far more reliable than the grid electricity supplied to our semi-rural neighbours at the end of a long transmission line. We live with all mod cons, but when we were more frugal and lived in a hut as a weekender we got by with a $200 system that gave us light at night and a small TV. It is beyond me how any fossil fuel company can invent such a huge lie about coal fired electricity being necessary for the third world, when it is several hundred times more expensive to provide the basics this way.
David 2017-03-28 23:44:31 +1100
Alexandra 2017-03-27 12:53:36 +1100
Megan Cramb
Megan 2017-03-27 12:08:15 +1100
Nicholas 2017-03-27 10:50:15 +1100
Catherine 2017-03-26 23:03:15 +1100
Elizabeth 2017-03-26 12:57:30 +1100
Shilani 2017-03-26 12:27:50 +1100
Suz 2017-03-25 09:54:53 +1100
Sean 2017-03-24 15:41:07 +1100