How about offering to install PV panels on roofs of people who apply for them. Anyone. They will remain the property of the government but those who host them get a fixed cheap bill for electricity, whatever their consumption may be, as compensation. The government would be getting back free clean energy. Those who do not apply (but have a roof) would keep getting normal fees. Those who do not have sufficient roof space may also apply and benefit from those who have, by getting a reduced rate.
Etienne Bonello DuPuis it seems you did not inderstand a thing I wrote. The government would be initially paying for them from our taxes but he would be gettting back clean energy plus the roof owners would still pay a regular fixed sum.
No such thing as free! Somewhere someone has to foot the bill.
We do not have the possibility to have PV panels as I live in a block of flats where there's a penthouse and in our contract we can only have a satellite and water tank. On the other hand, my parents have installed PV Panels on their roof for almost 4 years now. Wouldn't it be a good idea if we (i.e her children we are five in total) benefit from my parents having installed PV panels by getting reductions to our electricity bill?
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