New York Governor Andrew Cuomo directed energy regulators to subsidize three unprofitable nuclear power plants to help meet the state’s climate goals. The bailout is estimated to cost $7.6 billion over 12 years, paid for with increases to New Yorkers’ electric bills. The money goes to plant owner and Fortune 100 company Exelon. Environmental champions Food & Water Watch and New York Public Interest Research Group hired Fenton to launch and run Stop the Cuomo Tax, a campaign to get Gov. Cuomo to abandon the bailout and build a real clean energy plan.