Supply and demand question.
OK so the government decided to give out a subsidy for solar panels.
1. The rebate can be claimed by the Installers of the panels
2. The rebate can be claimed by the consumers
My question is, how does the outcome (the change in price and quantity of home solar panels) depend on whom the rebate is paid to? And under which scheme will home owners benefit more? i.e is the answer, the outcome is the same in both cases as the installers and the consumers share the subsidy. The installers and the consumers benefit equally as installers sell more at higher prices and consumers get lower prices?????? AM I IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION OR NOT
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