When the Government decided to call time on offshore oil and gas exploration, it sent a clear message: the time has come for us to look elsewhere for the energy required to run our homes, cars, businesses, and economy.

It’s time to spark a solar revolution to #MakeOilHistory!

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Ending new offshore oil exploration permits was a huge win for the climate and for people power.Now we need to solarise New Zealand to power our homes, transport and economy with clean energy.
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Ending new offshore oil exploration permits was a huge win for the climate and for people power. Now we need to solarise New Zealand to power our homes, transport and economy with clean energy. This is how we Make Oil History.

It’s time to start a solar revolution! By installing solar panels and batteries on half a million homes over the next ten years, we can really start to meet the challenge of the climate change crisis, increase the resilience of our power grid, and give affordable power back to the people.

Austrian oil giant OMV is one of the oil companies responsible for 71% of global emissions since 1988. They hold the biggest stake in the NZ oil market, and they're even looking to expand their activities here - despite the stark climate warnings we've had in recently. Show OMV they're now welcome.

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Ending new offshore oil exploration permits was a huge win for the climate and for people power. Now we need to solarise New Zealand to power our homes, transport and economy with clean energy. This is how we Make Oil History.

Sign the petition

It’s time to start a solar revolution! By installing solar panels and batteries on half a million homes over the next ten years, we can really start to meet the challenge of the climate change crisis, increase the resilience of our power grid, and give affordable power back to the people.

Read the plan

Austrian oil giant OMV is one of the oil companies responsible for 71% of global emissions since 1988. They hold the biggest stake in the NZ oil market, and they're even looking to expand their activities here - despite the stark climate warnings we've had in recently. Show OMV they're now welcome.

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