New federal solar tariffs will hit the home market in January, with consumers expected to see a big boost in power bills as they install panels.
Under the proposed tariffs, the federal government will give manufacturers incentives to build more efficient solar panels and install them in homes.
It will also give states and municipalities the ability to impose additional incentives.
The federal government says it will help homeowners and businesses pay the bills by reducing the cost of installing panels.
The tariffs are aimed at making solar panels more efficient and cheaper.
They will also help homeowners keep up with the cost.
The government says the tariffs will save consumers money, which will ultimately help them pay for more power.
Under current law, solar panel manufacturers can charge consumers between $5 and $8 per kilowatt hour (kWh) for the panels, but that’s only the beginning.
The federal government said in a recent statement that the tariffs would help reduce costs by eliminating the incentive for solar manufacturers to make panels more energy efficient and save money.
The tariffs are expected to hit the market by the middle of January.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration says the first bills will go out in the first quarter of next year.
Solar panel manufacturers say they’ve seen a surge in demand for their products in recent years as solar costs have been dropping.
Solar panels are a great way to add energy to homes and businesses and can save energy, said David Marder, a spokesman for Sunrun, a solar installer based in Arizona.
The company sells the panels for between $6,000 and $7,000.
Solar panels, which make up a large portion of solar systems, can also be used in commercial buildings and other buildings where they can be heated and cooled by solar panels.
In California, solar panels are considered the cheapest form of renewable energy, according to a report by the American Energy Alliance.