We’re thrilled to announce we’ve joined with #TOGETHERBAND to support Clean Power, a pioneering campaign to support the international drive to bring carbon dioxide emissions to net-zero by 2050.
The campaign is being launched in alignment with COP26 and has been kicked off by displaying ‘art to inspire action’ on flags along the canals of Glasgow and lining the so-called ‘pathway of power’ that world leaders will walk along to get to the climate conference.
Sarah Merrick, Ripple’s founder and CEO, said: ‘At Ripple we’re enabling people to genuinely change the way they think about renewable energy, powering their home and businesses with their own source of green electricity; the more that we work together with other movements, such as the Clean Power campaign, the bigger the reach and the greater the action. It’s all about bringing people together and offering them a real, tangible solution to make a huge collective difference. That’s the sort of momentum we need to make a real impact on the climate crisis and why we’re so pleased to be part of the Clean Power campaign with #TOGETHERBAND. It allows us to reach more people on our mission making clean energy ownership affordable and accessible for everyone, everywhere.’
Created by graphic artist Morag Myerscough, the art made from recycled ocean plastic, carries a powerful message about renewable energy to inspire the local and global community alike.
‘It’ll be so wonderful to see the area filled with colour and hope,’ says Morag. ‘With this work I wanted to put out an optimistic approach towards our future. If we work together we can help make the changes we need to happen.’
Over 2,000 people to date have reserved their place in Ripple’s second wind farm. If you want your own source of clean, affordable power then reserve your place at here. To find out more about the Clean Power campaign, head to cleanpower.eco