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Wind Energy: A Case Study

Summary: Cape Wind, a proposed $700 million dollar project, would involve the construction of wind turbines offshore from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, on Nantucket Sound. Such turbines would, in turn, serve as an alternative energy source and a renewable, unextinguishable source of energy. However, the project's benefits do not measure up against the negative impact it would have on the area's ecosystem, its fishing industry, and its scenic views.
Wind Farms on the Cape

When I first became informed about the idea of wind turbines as a source of renewable energy and these farms off the shores of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, I Thought it was a wonderful idea. I especially felt this way after hearing the opinion of a classmate who has the turbines in her home state and said that they are so thin and slim that you can barely see them from afar. I was so interested in learning more about these wind turbines as a source of energy that I wanted to further research for this project. While doing my research I completely changed my opinions and views about them. My views now are all negative and I think that these wind turbines do more damage to the immediate environment than they have benefits. My biggest problem is its impact on...

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