Send a postcard to
your elected officials and tell them…

I love my solar!

Create your free postcard

We'll mail postcards with your photo and message to your state and federal lawmakers — for free.

Why postcards?

A picture is worth a 1,000 words. We want lawmakers to see — and hold in their hands — thousands of photos that show why solar power is important to the people and communities they represent.

What does it cost?

Nothing! It's free. All you have to do is select a photo, type a short message describing why solar is important to you, and tell us your address (so we can find your legislators). We do the rest.

Who made this?

I Love My Solar is a joint project of two non-profit organizations — Solar United Neighbors and Vote Solar. We're working to defend the rights of all Americans to generate and store their own solar power.

How it works

1. Choose your photo

Use a photo you already have, take a new photo with your phone, or select one from our list of solar installations.

The best photos include both you and your solar installation. Pictures of real people make the biggest impact with legislators.

2. Choose your slogan

Write your own slogan, or select from our list of popular options.

3. Write your message

Tell your legislators why you love solar, why solar is important to you, and what you want them to do to support solar.

4. Add your address

With your address, we'll find your governor, state legislators, and federal legislators. We'll mail your postcard to each of them.

5. Approve and send!

Check your postcard for accuracy and take a look at the lawmakers who will receive your postcard. If everything looks good, approve your postcard.

Solar United Neighbors helps people go solar, join together, and fight for their energy rights. Together we're building a modern, clean energy system with rooftop solar as the cornerstone.

Vote Solar is dedicated to repowering the US with clean energy by making solar power more accessible and affordable to all.

© 2019 Solar United Neighbors and Vote Solar.