100% for the 100% by Zio Ziegler, 2015.

Join the 100% renewable energy campaign

July 12, 2015

Join the 100% renewable energy campaign

100% is a U.S. public awareness, consumer choice and social good campaign that invites you and everyone to help make new clean energy more accessible and affordable for all.

Starting in NY, and rolling out across the country, the 100% campaign will feature activities, events and calls to action that drive demand, and accelerate the growth of clean efficient energy.  From a 100% Hotline that provides clean energy concierge services to celebrity events to leader spotlights to policy work, the campaign aims to make it easier and cheaper for consumers to switch to clean energy.

100% sees clean energy as a means not an end.  It is a path to individual freedom and the common good  — a path to something greater for each and all of us.

When you participate in the campaign, you step onto that path. You can see what’s possible when others adopt clean energy. You can ask questions of these leaders and cheer them on. You can check out clean efficient energy solutions and decide what works for your home or business, today. You can influence decision makers to go 100% and make clean energy an option for everyone.

You and all those who participate will be recognized in history for who and what you are: leaders of a new era. By honoring leaders, 100% aims to change the culture around clean energy.  We want to spark a new conversation about what is possible and open the way for all to achieve it.

With the 100% campaign, your positive energy and actions join with others to make clean efficient energy more accessible and affordable, freeing us all to give our 100% to whatever matters most to us. 100% for 100%.

Here’s your invitation to participate.  100% is now.

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