Tweet for Solar in Wales
We asked our tweeps why they signed the petitions for our Pencefnarda & Ilston solar sites to bring community-owned renewables to Gower and the Swansea area…
Join the conversation with us @GowerPowerCoOp & make sure to follow all these fantastic supporters of the cause…
SIGN/RT if YOU want #community #solar projects instead of #fracking in UK http://t.co/lWbrXkTWJQ @GowerPowerCoop 🙂 pic.twitter.com/sh9xcAGSxr
— Team 4 Nature UK (@MMNNActionUK) August 15, 2014
Can sunshine power not just homes but community spirit? Pls support @GowerPowerCoop and gain precedent you can use! http://t.co/HrIMdztDWD
@GowerPowerCoop how can it be wrong: a community generating clean, green renewable energy to help meet govt. targets. A great initiative.
— Sunstore (@Sunstorehello) August 8, 2014
— Susannah Field (@susannahfield) August 6, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop petitions signed! You guys are doing great work! Go #SolarPower we should all try our best to reduce #co2 emissions — Ricardo Arroyo Dans (@Ricardo_Dans) August 5, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop Just signed because renewable energy is an important issue for Wales & we need to keep kettles functioning! #lovetea
— Rachel B. (@notRachelBrown) August 8, 2014
@GowerPowerCoopCommunity solar is a great way forward – local people win & the climate wins! — Straitgate Action Gp (@straitgateactgp) August 8, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop @BeeSust community energy cuts carbon, provides community & energy resilience and training & employment in growing sector.
— Andy Hunt (@solar_bud) August 5, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop no problem great cause #sunpower — jeff preece (@cubiccooling) July 31, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop No problem. Anyone out there want 2 help community owned solar project? Sign their petitions! http://t.co/wPCQcSRlqt — thePeoplesPower (@thePeoplesPower) July 31, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop Community owned renewable energy has to be the way forward in meeting future energy needs in a sustainable and equitable way
— Anthony Slaughter (@as_penarth) August 12, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop Both petitions signed after reading and careful consideration. Good luck!
— Ann Marie Thomas (@AnnMThomas80) August 12, 2014
. @GowerPowerCoop thanks, of course I have signed community owned renewables are great.
— Derek Wall (@Anothergreen) August 9, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop Yes! Community owned energy is the way to go!
— Elisabeth Winkler (@ewinkler) August 9, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop I believe that solar power is more efficient than #WindPower. but at the same time it is not as efficient as #AquaPower
— Peter Clutton (@PeterClutton) August 8, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop Honestly believe PV tech will revolutionize how communities procure and manage energy. You seem to be on making that happen
— Pete Byrdie (@PeteByrdie) August 8, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop I did a campaign for my citizenship GCSE supporting solar panels in my school and learnt a lot about their use
— Catherine Rhydout (@cxtherxne) August 8, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop Unless we want to make Earth’s & our legacy a poisoned planet, #green & #communityenergy must be the solutions
— Robert White (@prmattersdotorg) August 11, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop No problem. We are happy to support positive actions to help fight #climatechange and help the #community
— Easypack Ltd (@EasypackLtd) August 11, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop I’ve signed the petitions for solar projects – it’s really important we support local initiatives addressing climate change.
— Peter Dombi (@PeterDombi) August 11, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop because I support a decentralised energy system where communities are connected to the energy they use.
— Mike Erskine (@mikejerskine) August 12, 2014
show your support for Community owned solar in Wales http://t.co/QsBVU5qhWv @GowerPowerCoop
— Anthony Slaughter (@as_penarth) August 12, 2014
show your support for Community owned solar in Wales http://t.co/Mje0J6EGM5 @GowerPowerCoop
— Penarth Greening (@gpgpenarth) August 12, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop because Wales’s first community owned solar farm and community renewables are the biggest game changers in town
— Ben Ferguson-Walker (@benediktamo) August 12, 2014
Pls support @GowerPowerCoop #communityenergy owned #solar farm on the Gower. All profits reinvested into community. http://t.co/kIcUMZovBa
— nigel pugh (@nspugh) August 13, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop yes. I don’t understand why we need any other type of energy source now or why new builds don’t have solar tiles etc
— Emma Austin-Jones (@hebentref) August 18, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop sure! Climatechange is THE threat to biodiversity & man- community lead innovation will accelerate political & tech progress
— Gareth Rees (@grees13) August 18, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop Hi Because it’s important small communities work towards going green in order to help the wider communities. X
— Belinda Diana (@BelindaDiana78) August 19, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop I’m vegetarian & caring about animals & the environment go hand in hand. Just wish the Government would feel the same!
— Lisa (@Lisa00249251) August 19, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop Until we find another shiny new planet to live on, I think we need to look after this one. Planets are not disposable.
— Emma Austin-Jones (@hebentref) August 19, 2014
@GowerPowerCoop Really pleased to see the coop.I worked on trying to set up Coops in the 80’s in Swansea.Wgcda .Coops hold our future ❤️
— catherine myles (@catemyles) August 20, 2014