By FORMER SENATOR JUDD GREGG on February 23, 2015 at 11:00 AM
Extreme cold weather has had a tight grip on much of the Northern U.S. this winter. Boston recently saw its lowest temperature since 2004 and New York City had its coldest February morning in nearly three decades. As millions of Americans endure these cold temperatures, the importance of electricity for heating our homes and businesses rises to top of mind. Admittedly, where our electricity comes from is not something we often think about, but times like these warrant a closer look at the various energy sources that are working in overdrive to ensure we are safe and warm in our homes.
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