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#PutSolarOnIt National Day of Action – Tweet to Compete & Join the Wave

PSOIFacebookBannerFinal copyA solar system is installed every four minutes in the U.S yet we’ve put solar on less than 1% of the homes and buildings that have the potential to be powered by solar.

This June 21st – the longest day of the year – dozens of organizations are joining together for the first national #PutSolarOnIt Day of Action. It will be a day to celebrate and mobilize each of our communities around the bright clean energy future by tackling those vacant rooftops right now.

Tweet to Inspire, and You May Win!
Include the hashtag #PutSolarOnIt to your solar-forward Tweets from now until June 21, and you will automatically be entered to win prizes provided by the supporting organizations. It’s that simple! Tweet boldly and proudly — Tweet with the hashtag #PutSolarOnIt, and together we will raise the nation’s awareness.

A Shining List of Supporters
Here’s the coalition of #PutSolarOnIt supporters’ growing list of Twitter handles. Follow these organizations and simply RT any activities they are sharing about this very important day of action:

More Ways to Participate in the National Day of Action…

  1. Join an Organizing for Action local event taking place across the nation.
  2. Walk the yellow carpet at the hottest party in our nation’s capital:  The Solar Foundation’s Summer Solstice Event
  3. Put solar on your favorite place – Check out the new platform and support a place near you.
  4.  Participate in the #PutSolarOnIt! Cutest Pet Photo Contest via Mosaic
  5. Snap a photo and share your #PutSolarOnIt Selfie via The Climate Reality Project.

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For Raina Brett Russo, taking care of the environment is a necessity, not an option. Having grown up in Israel, a place where conservation is required and solar hot water heating is the norm, Raina knows the importance of solar energy. Through her work with the EcoOutfitters.net team, Raina found a way to help grow the solar industry in a significant way. As the founder and host of #SolarChat, a bi-monthly "gathering" on Twitter, Raina and her team have created an engaged solar think-tank community that comes together regularly for collaboration and networking with the ultimate goal in mind of spreading the solar message.

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