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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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Randy Meader
Logan Riley
Bethany Clarke
Marcel Delorme
Danielle Hopkins
Heidi Sawyer
Tammy Denis
Michelle Wilson
Allen I. Fournier
Jean Harrington
Deborah Prescott
Shari Hanson
Paul Popinchalk
Kimbalie Moore
Brian Donahue
Susan Estes
John Ehman
Susan Canha-Mendell
Lisa Robitaille
Christine Racine
Thomas Roberts
Luke Thomason
Josh Mcfarland
Franklin Allen
Kerry Marie
Holly Taylor
Shelley Breton
Leslie Mallar Reynolds
Doris Bushnell
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  • Randy Meader
  • Logan Riley
  • Bethany Clarke
  • Marcel Delorme
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  • Jean Harrington
    Please do not destroy the natural beauty of this wonderful state. We need to preserve and protect out natural resourcesl proceeding with this corridor is not necessary. It just reeks of political and financial benefit to certain parties.
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  • Shari Hanson
  • Paul Popinchalk
  • Paul Popinchalk
    Paul Popinchalk – Not only will this transmission line despoil the beauty of the natural resources & ecosystems in its path, it will work to diminish the resiliency of the Maine & Massachusetts electric power systems. In this age of cyber war & domestic terrorism, it will be a simple matter for criminals to disable this high voltage transmission line (that will have losses approaching 10% of all power carried on it) that millions of New Englanders will be counting on for power. The global warming crisis demands that we implement a swift transition to a new model of a local clean energy economy based on multiple diverse solar & wind & battery storage systems that generate power in the communities that use it. To build new infrastructure based on the old fashioned long distance transmission business model of the investor-owned utilities is to turn our backs on a hopeful new clean energy economy and to threaten future generations with extinction.
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