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Thomas Olbert

Mar 17, 2013, 12:31:43 PM3/17/13
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--- On Fri, 3/1/13, Johanna Neumann, Environment Massachusetts Regional Director <act...@environmentmassachusetts.org> wrote:

From: Johanna Neumann, Environment Massachusetts Regional Director <act...@environmentmassachusetts.org>
Subject: 50,000 solar roofs
To: twm...@yahoo.com
Date: Friday, March 1, 2013, 9:00 AM

Solar ocean actionDear Thomas,

Despite major progress in Massachusetts, we still get 90 percent of our energy from dirty, outdated sources including fossil fuels that pollute our air, endanger our health, and fuel global warming. Massachusetts has a choice; we can sit on our laurels and continue to get most of our energy from outdated sources, or we can step up and be a true national leader for solar energy.

Tell Governor Patrick to put solar on 50,000 roofs in Massachusetts by 2020.

Governor Patrick has made great strides in bringing more clean energy to the Commonwealth and beginning the transition away from dirty energy sources.

But it’s not enough. If Massachusetts is going to be a true clean energy leader, we need Governor Patrick to put us on track to get solar on 50,000 roofs by 2020.

We know that the Governor cares about clean energy, but we cannot let the utilities and dirty energy interests dissuade him from making a big difference in Massachusetts.

Governor Patrick needs to know that you want Massachusetts to be a leader in solar. Tell him to put solar on 50,000 roofs in Massachusetts by 2020!

With the governor’s leadership, Massachusetts can be a national leader for clean energy. Thank you for taking action.

Johanna Neumann
Environment Massachusetts Regional Director

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