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Residential solar installations in California are expected to decline by 41 percent in 2024, according to energy consultants at Wood MacKenzie. The drop in installations is attributed to high interest rates making solar projects less affordable for homeowners, as well as a rule change that reduced the rate at which homeowners can sell power back to their electricity provider. The change in net metering rates has extended the payback period for residential systems, leading to a significant decline in new sales and installations. Installers are anticipating a tough first half of the year.

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