Mid-Atlantic Bight

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The Mid-Atlantic Bight is a coastal region running from Massachusetts to North Carolina.[1] It contains the New York Bight.

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  1. ^ Svenvold, Mark (September 12, 2008). "Wind-Power Politics". The New York Times. Retrieved 2008-09-15. The amount of power Dhanju was describing, Mandelstam knew from Kempton, was but a small fraction of an even larger resource along what’s known as the Mid-Atlantic Bight. This coastal region running from Massachusetts to North Carolina contained up to 330,000 megawatts of average electrical capacity. 

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