Why is the U.S. power grid so vulnerable during cold snaps?

In five of the past 11 years, parts of the U.S. electrical grid have been hit by blackouts, shut-offs or close calls during cold weather. Experts say one reason is a recurring shortage of natural gas.

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In five of the past 11 years, parts of the U.S. electrical grid have been hit by blackouts, shut-offs or close calls during cold weather. Experts say one reason is a recurring shortage of natural gas.
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