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.

Who's signing

Gregory Thompson
dean dickinson
Josh Sawyer
Sharon Thompson
John Hall
Sue Haining
Evan Johnson
Perry Virgin
Caroline Durden
Keegan Grant
Amanda McAllister
Laurie Grant
Jeffery Furbush
Anna French
Lorna Ferguson
Melissa Olson
Susan Burton
Donald Winchester
Seth Mcallister
Mariateresa Danielle Tognato
Amanda Dahlgren
joel Dahlgren
Ryan McGehe
Julia Plaisted
Debra Smith
Michael Carew
Jeffrey Bleeker
Judith Moffett
Chad Rasmussen
Ruth Bennett
13,785 SIGNATURES
GOAL: 1,000 signatures

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  • Gregory Thompson
  • dean dickinson
  • Josh Sawyer
    I believe this to be a ridiculous idea
  • Sharon Thompson
  • John Hall
    This will destroy our beautiful state vote no and vote mills out of office
  • Sue Haining
  • Evan Johnson
  • Perry Virgin
    Stop the Cmp corridor now
  • Caroline Durden
  • Keegan Grant
  • Amanda McAllister
    Amanda McAllister
  • Laurie Grant
  • Jeffery Furbush
  • Anna French
  • Lorna Ferguson
    Lorna Ferguson
  • Melissa Olson
    Trees are our biggest asset to keeping our climate in Maine as stable as possible. This will destroy forestry. Which will have a long term impact.
  • Susan Burton
  • Donald Winchester
    The people of Maine will not benefit one bit by having this project go through. Savings to rate payers would amount to around $ 6.00 per year ,wow,!! that is at today’s rates, and we know rates do increase over time, and any savings , to rate payers would vanish .
  • Seth Mcallister
    Seth Mcallister
  • Mariateresa Danielle Tognato
  • Amanda Dahlgren
  • joel Dahlgren
  • Ryan McGehe
  • Julia Plaisted
  • Debra Smith
    Deby Smith

    State of Maine should be receiving the “clean energy” not transporting elsewhere. Plus the huge electromagnetic transmitters with the electroradiation could be a health concern to our people, towns and cities. The financial payoff to Maine is only for 30 years. If one corridor is done then others will soon follow for other states, not Maine. Maine folks will have to have gauss meter or a Tesla meter to measure amount of magnetic electrical field to Maine homes. This will also impact our wildlife for which Maine is known for.

    My vote is no ! Too much risk.
  • Michael Carew
    Thank you for all the efforts fighting this.
  • Jeffrey Bleeker
    Jeffrey Bleeker
  • Judith Moffett
    There is a reason why Vermont and New Hampshire did not allow this “tragedy”
  • Chad Rasmussen
    I’d like to get more involved…collect signatures myself also.
  • Ruth Bennett
    Leave our beautiful state alone. This won’t help mainers at all.