Before explaining the "Citizen power plant", I would like to explain to you how the general urban buildings are usually covered with solar energy. To put it simply, the municipal government will put hundreds of public roofs into public bidding at one time, and whichever system provider can give the municipal government a higher return (rent) will get the right to use it as solar energy. The revenue of the system is owned by the manufacturer of the system, and then a part of it is given back to the market library.
Almost all public roofs in taiwan use this model to lay solar energy in large quantities. Of course, the advantage of the business model is that it is logo design fast and efficient. It can cover hundreds of roofs in one go, and the municipal government has a feedback fund that can be stored in the warehouse.
However, the business model ignores one thing: the roof of the government is not only for the government, but also for the whole people. Beitou social university once planned to build a "Citizen power plant" in the community by means of community residents' joint fundraising on the roof of the school. In addition to transportation costs, it is expected to be used to subsidize the local students who are in the cold and cold. Unfortunately, at that time, the municipal government only used commercial bidding. In the end, the roof of the social university was still covered by solar panels