Sign the Petition

CMP's NECEC Corridor is a terrible idea. It will destroy pristine wilderness to create a profit-machine for multinational corporations. The people of Maine need to let our public officials know that we do not want this corridor in our state.

Sign below to join our coalition to Stop the Corridor!

We the people of Maine value our natural resources and our way of life. Central Maine Power and their foreign parent company have proposed a massive destructive pathway through our woods in order to bring high-voltage transmission lines to Massachusetts. Central Maine Power has shown itself as untrustworthy and not up to the task of such a large and potentially damaging project, and we hereby call on CMP, the state of Massachusetts, and Maine's regulators and elected officials to put an end to this project immediately.

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Tim Bernard
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Charles LeGasse
Paul Belden
Hargrave Garrison
Josh Gallant
Molly Whitten
lois Leeman
Matt Ellis
Elaine Davidson
Randall Parr
Austin Lilly
Alfred E Tardif
Sherry Vachon
Patti McAllister
Richard Henderson
Sarah McClain
Candace Fleury
Scott Davidson
Marty Fox
Jenny Yasi
richard Dailey
Heather McCabe
Linda Fenstermaker
Robert Carrier
Wanda Wonson
Daniel Beane
Bonnie Dennison
Joanne Libby
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  • Tim Bernard
  • dave tompkins
  • Cheryl Taylor
  • Charles LeGasse
  • Paul Belden
  • Hargrave Garrison
    Hargrave Garrison
  • Josh Gallant
  • Molly Whitten
    Bad deal for maine, save our land. No Corridor.
  • lois Leeman
    Central Maine Power says if its transmission project in western Maine is approved, Mainers won’t pay a cent for it — but they will see lower electric bills, among other things.


    But there will be winners and losers, and environmentalists have a hard choice to make. On one hand, the proposal would bring low-polluting hydroelectricity into New England, and on the other, it could have serious scenic and environmental consequences.


    Trying to find the balance, on our series “Power Struggle in The Maine Woods,” launching Monday, March 25 on Maine Public Radio and at mainepublic.org/power
  • Matt Ellis
  • Elaine Davidson
  • Randall Parr
    Hearings @ Farmington UM campus Aprill 1 to 5 need to be pubbn licized get the word out. Write To DEP @ LURC DAFC opppsing project. Earyh First?
  • Austin Lilly
    Austin Lilly
  • Alfred E Tardif
    MAINE FIRST!!!! POWER TO MAINE for MAINE, NOT Political gain
  • Sherry Vachon
    No benefits to Maine and will destroy our beautiful state. Maine has natural resources that will be impacted. This is so wrong for Maine. Money cannot bring back the destruction to our wildlife and recreational areas this will cause. Keep Maine Beautiful!!!!
  • Patti McAllister
    This is so wrong to do to Maine woods ! Say 👎 no no
  • Richard Henderson
    Maine First!
  • Sarah McClain
    Sarah McClain
  • Candace Fleury
    Candace Fleury
  • Scott Davidson
  • Marty Fox
  • Jenny Yasi
  • richard Dailey
  • Heather McCabe
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  • Linda Fenstermaker
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  • Robert Carrier
  • Wanda Wonson
    This is not good for out state. MA can figure something else out as far as I am concerned.
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  • Bonnie Dennison
  • Joanne Libby
    Please no…