In Illinois, solar energy customers who have been using their electricity for more than 12 months have seen their bills skyrocket.
It’s been a big deal in the past couple of years, but it’s becoming more and more common for homeowners in Illinois to have to pay huge fines for solar customers who do not pay their bills on time.
Solar customers in Illinois have to make a claim every month, with their solar bills automatically deducted from their bank accounts.
But Illinois solar energy consumers are often the first to pay the bill, because the state does not charge them for the electricity they use.
Solar energy is a very cheap form of renewable energy.
The cost of solar energy in Illinois has dropped by $25 million since 2011.
There are currently about 6,400 solar customers in the state, according to Solar Illinois.
Solar Illinois said it receives about one-third of its revenue from solar energy.
It doesn’t have to collect a single penny of the money it gets from solar customers.
Solar power is an inexpensive way to power homes, and a large portion of the savings is coming from Illinois solar customers, according a spokesperson for the Illinois Solar Energy Association.
But some solar customers are still finding it difficult to get their bills paid, according the Solar Illinois spokesperson.
Solar Power Now, which provides power for homes and businesses in Illinois, has also found that a significant number of solar customers have been reporting their bills for months or even years.
The company said it found a total of about 1,300 solar power customers in Chicago who have had their solar power bills for more or less a year.
That means the average solar power customer in Chicago has had a bill for more years than most people have been in their lifetimes.
There have been reports of solar power company in Illinois paying bills that have gone back more than a year, and the customers say they’ve been charged multiple times for the same service.
Solar Energy Illinois, which represents solar power companies, said that solar power can be costly and it’s a big issue for the customers.
“It’s not just for solar power, it’s solar power in general,” said Amy Hirsch, Solar Illinois’s spokesperson.
“We have solar energy businesses that have had to pay bills that went back up to six months.
The bills have been coming in for more time than any business in the entire state of Illinois.”
Solar power companies have also been reporting that solar customers don’t pay their electricity bills on a timely basis.
They’ve had customers have their bills not pay for more that one month, said Amy.
That’s because some solar energy companies aren’t doing their part to track solar power’s usage, or are making claims that they’re not being charged for electricity, Amy said.
The solar energy industry is booming in Illinois.
In 2016, solar power grew by more than 30 percent in Illinois from 3,300 megawatts to 6,800 megawatts, according Solar Illinois data.
The industry grew by about 4,500 jobs in Illinois in 2017.
In the first half of 2017, there were more than 1,000 solar power jobs in the State of Illinois.
That was up more than 11 percent from 2016, Solar State of America said.
There’s a growing demand for solar in Illinois for several reasons, Amy Hirst said.
People are looking for alternative energy sources and they’re buying power from other people in their homes.
In addition, solar is cheap.
There is a market for solar panels in the area.
Solar panels are becoming more popular as people become more aware of the clean energy options they can have.
There were more solar power plants installed in Illinois last year than there were at any point in 2016, according data from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.
There also are more solar energy jobs than there have been solar jobs since 2009, according solar energy association.
The Solar State says Illinois needs to change the way it deals with solar energy issues.
“Solar power should be considered a service and not a commodity,” said Solar State’s president, Mike Tully.
“The fact that there is an industry where solar is so cheap, and there are solar energy benefits and benefits to homeowners, but there are no requirements that it be paid on time, that’s just a bad model.”
Amy Hiss said she’s not surprised that solar energy has become so popular in Illinois and other states.
“You could have solar panels for about $30 a month and not have a problem with solar, Amy.
You could have a solar system for $10,000 and not be able to get your system paid on that money.”