But Governor Cuomo’s outrageous tax on New Yorkers’ electric bills to bail out a multi-billion dollar Illinois corporation can be stopped if we can get the Department of Public Service to reject the proposed sale of the FitzPatrick nuclear plant to Exelon.
We have an opportunity right now to put an end to the governor’s misguided plan by getting the Public Service Commission to reject Exelon’s purchase. Can you take just a few minutes to send a message to the Public Service Commission urging them to take a stand against this deal?
Your comment will be part of the public record of opposition to this nuclear bailout scheme that threatens to cost hard working New Yorkers billions of dollars and delay our progress toward a truly green energy future. If enough New Yorkers speak out, we can win this fight.
Thanks for all you do,
Coalition Against Nukes
We know Governor Cuomo’s plan to tax New Yorkers’ utility bills to bail out old, unsafe, unprofitable nuclear plants is a big mistake. If the governor gets his way, he’ll take $7.6 billion from hard working New Yorkers and hand it over to subsidize dangerous, inefficient nuclear plants owned by a wealthy Chicago-based corporation. We can’t let that happen.
Join us at Thursday, October 27th at noon outside Governor Cuomo’s Midtown office at 633 3rd Avenue to send a strong message against the bailout. Together, we can stop the Cuomo Tax, block the nuclear bailout, and start moving to a truly green renewable energy future. But it’s going to take all of us! Join us Thursday October 27th at noon!
#StoptheCuomoTax and join the fight to protect ratepayers and the future of renewables in New York State!
Governor Cuomo wants to increase our electric bills to bail out old, unprofitable nuclear power plants. The tax will cost hard working New Yorkers nearly $8 billion dollars. Our money will go to plant owner Exelon, a Chicago-based Fortune 100 company with annual revenues over $34 billion.