No. A feed in tariff is designed to encourage the grid utility in your area to buy more renewable energy. It would potentially lead to a slight increase in the monthly bill of residents in the grid’s area since renewable energy is more expensive than traditional energies. It would not affect people whose grid utility does not use renewable energy.
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