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New England’s power grid weathers last weekend’s record-breaking cold and wind

From February 3 to February 5, record-breaking cold temperatures and extreme wind chill in New England created strong electricity demand as homes and businesses turned up the heat to combat the frigid conditions. Despite the widespread and extreme cold, the region’s power grid avoided blackouts and met heightened electricity demand.

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