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Should California take over PG&E and other utilities?

California's largest utility PG&E shut off power to millions of people over the course of October and November to avoid starting more wildfires that previously devastated the state. Meanwhile, PG&E said enforcing intermittent power outages could continue for another 10 years as it works to upgrade its system. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Chairman Neil Chatterjee, joins the On the Move to discuss California's energy crisis and how it plans to solve it.