Federal solar tariffs not a disincentive for Davis


“Davisites shouldn’t see a significant change in system economics of solar. While pricing may increase slightly, the economics for going solar will continue to far outweigh the opportunity cost of not doing it.

Local energy experts report that in states and localities where energy prices are already high, like California and Massachusetts, the tariff on solar modules is expected to increase prices by only 3 to 4 percent for an average residential system.

More silver lining? Some industry analysts predict that this price increase won’t be long lived and will stabilize in the second half of 2018.”

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