The cost of complete solar systems panels and batteries is offset by the capital value they add to the property, so unlike renting a power connection and burning capital as energy, it gives the home owner something to sell. So the cost of a complete system has less impact due to the retained capital value of the system (developing branding of complete systems will have a major impact in this ie powered by Tesla or say Toyota vs a cobbled together system), pretty much no different to the air-conditioning or cooking appliances they would power.
The more this comes into practice the more rapid the shift to DC only appliances in the home this not only reducing the cost of those appliances but also the solar power system. Likely it will be cheaper to drop the mains connection than pay a connection fee and for the additional components of a home power system to allow AC into and out of the system, keeping in mind the less power the mains power system supplies and can be charged for, the higher the rental cost for that connection to the power station (interesting problems for medium and high density dwellings versus homes). Gas as energy for cooking and heating has even worse future outcomes (except for power generation due to the polluting nature of coal ie coal dies first, then oil and then gas).
The demand for energy will continue to grow as more accessible energy allows the conservation of other resources (cheap nature water sources versus desalinated water) and more effective recycling (better recovery of resources from waste).
Disrupting these logically changes are the psychopaths of capitalism trying to squeeze blood out of all of us in order to further enrich themselves and damn the long term consequences, attempting to extend the profitability of the fossil fuel resources they own for as long as possible before dumping those investments on pension funds.