Plug In America, one of the country’s largest non-profit groups dedicated to plug-in vehicle policy, has launched an online campaign calling for the government to abandon its proposed plan to kill the up-to $7,500 federal electric vehicle tax credit.

In the online campaign, Plug In America policy director Katherine Stainken introduces the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, H.R.1 bill to consumers, providing some background on what the cut means to electric vehicle buying.

Cited impacts include a massive hit to electric vehicles’ light-duty vehicle U.S. market share of one percent. This correlates with new electric car makes and models becoming available to 40 percent of the total U.S. auto sales market by January 2018, which Plug In America says is due to tighter air quality regulations that have helped increase electric vehicle sales.

The petition offers “signers” the opportunity to enter their name, street number, and zip code. This information returns a form with a pre-populated subject line and letter, with a list of local representatives and state senators with contact information.

No word on the number of participants, as it appears Plug In America is facilitating a form letter to government representatives, not an actual petition requiring signatures.

Other changes outlined in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act include a corporate-income tax rate reduction, new rules to pass-through business income, and elimination of many itemized deductions and credits.

Plug In America is a non-profit group focuses on accelerating the evangelization and development of plug-in vehicles to reduce dependencies oil and other non-green fuel sources. It does so through its educational campaigns, online petitions for congressional letters, and lobbying for green-friendly policies. The group also produces media and conferences, including a 2006 documentary titled “Who Killed the Electric Car” and its co-hosting of National Drive Electric Week, an event with more than 120,000 participants and 276 events in all 50 states to date.