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Mike Stengel Cape Wind Project The Cape Wind Project should be constructed in the very near future. America needs to explore alternative energy sources to maintain a sustainable relationship with the Earth. Claims Counterarguments Claim 1:  Making this project a reality will  contribute to lessening American  dependence on fossil fuels.  Cape Wind  predicts that the project will offset 113  million gallons of oil annually while  producing 1,491,384 megawatt-hours of  electricity per year.  Projections show that  it will offset 1,512,846 lbs. or 566,726 lbs.  of CO2 emissions from coal and natural  gas, respectively.   AE # 13 Pasqualetti.  “Wind Power.”  Pg  93 http://www.capewind.org/  Counterargument 1:  Cape Wind Project  will have little impact on lessening oil  dependence.  Each turbine will have  approximately 150 gallons of oil and the  service platform will have at least 30,000  gallons of dielectric fuel. 
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