Wind and Sustainable energy

It’s an argumentative synthesis essay (requires research), and Ill be arguing FOR wind energy
1) 5 sources : 3 FOR and 2 Against (used for counter argument)
2) Introduction, 3 body paragraphs, counter argument, refutation and conclusion. make sure the conclusion has the following : Use of one final example that illustrates argumentative conclusion; Offers recommendation or solution. Ends giving reader something to think about (quotation, question, proposition)
3) All sources should be scholar and academic (4 Journal articles and 1 Book)
4) I don’t want heavy key terms, I want it to be understood to many people like Second language and native speakers.
5)Format and citation according to APA, Cover Page and reference.
and I want all sources you used in writing the essay
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Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews

Volume 15, Issue 5, June 2011, Pages 2423–2430
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