Take action: Let’s build big solar

To make a picture submission follow the instructions at this link.

The expert review panel on the design of the new renewable energy funding body– the Clean Energy Finance Corporation – has made a request for submissions on how this new body can help overcome barriers to the development of renewable energy in Australia.

The Gemasolar plant in Spain produces electricity 24/7 using molten salt storage.

Now many of us know that submissions can take a lot of time. You want to get the wording right, the correct facts, all the policy details correct… you struggle to get it in on time, and then wonder how much impact you made.

Yet if you don’t make a submission you worry that the big polluters will swamp the process and be the only voices heard on the issue. What we end up with is people who are keen to see a good outcome putting way too much of their precious time into these processes, or worse, not making a submission at all!

To overcome that, this year we want to get our message across in a clear and simple way.

We want to send in submissions that give a clear picture… not on the details that are policy geekdom’s domain, but about what the community actually wants the new money to deliver. And what better way to do that than with a picture? As they say a pictures worth a thousand words…

To make a submission follow the simple instructions at this link.