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Lawmakers worry about grid reliability as new regulations near

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Lawmakers in both chambers are raising alarms about a January cold snap that brought parts of the Mid-Atlantic perilously close to a major blackout. The polar vortex that swept through the country early last month pushed the PJM Interconnection, a regulatory entity that covers a swath of the Midwest, Appalachia and the Mid-Atlantic, to the brink of collapse. Some electric utilities and...

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