Help #SaveCapeWind Take Over Twitter

When we first kicked off the campaign to save Cape Wind, we set an ambitious goal: we wanted to reach 1,000 petition signatures by the end of February.  We're big believers in beating our goals, but 110,000? Definitely didn't see that one coming. 

Over the past two months, our last-ditch effort to save Cape Wind has built tremendous momentum. We held a huge rally on Boston Common on February 28, and thanks to our friends at CREDO Action, more than 110,000 people have now signed a petition calling on National Grid to save Cape Wind. 

We met with National Grid executives in Massachusetts a few weeks ago. Now, we're getting in touch with their boss, the London-based CEO Steve Holliday. He needs to know about the public outcry prompted by his company's decision to withdraw their contract with Cape Wind. 

Click here to tell National Grid CEO Steve Holliday that more than 100,000 people are calling on his company to save Cape Wind! 

Hundreds of people have already tweeted at Holliday, and we're only just getting started. The more people contact him on Twitter, the more pressure he'll feel to respond. Join us!  Don't have a Twitter account? Don't worry -- you can set one up in just a minute by following the instructions here. No specialized skills required!


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