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After the February winter storm that killed dozens of Texans and left millions freezing for days in their homes without electricity, we all learned a new word: “winterization.”
Too little winterization was quickly — and frequently — blamed for the mass blackouts.
But what does it actually mean? And how much will it cost Texans to fix?
There’s no one more suited to answer that question…