It's only going to get worse as long as the liberal approach is to shut down carbon-free nuclear power and replace it with carbon-producing natural gas (which by the way pays someone to frack it), heavily subsidizing solar panels and then declaring it cheaper than carbon power. Yeah, stop the free money and disconnect from the evil carbon grid and we'll see just how a fair comparison works out. (ps, also look up the meaning of sustainable and see if it involves free money from a magic source) Or imagine if there were organized efforts to make solar installations as painful and expensive as possible through any means (lawsuits, unnecessary processes, etc) possible.
How about a tax on solar panels to pay for new nuclear plants.
Your data seems to be out of date. Solar has reached and even passed grid parity in many markets, which explains why its deployment has rapidly increased even where there are no subsidies. I agree we should invest more in next gen nuclear, but it makes no sense to penalize solar to do it. Instead, we should have a carbon tax and divert the funds to low carbon alternatives (like nuclear) and, heck, give rebates to taxpayers just to make it politically popular. We could start with a tax that is very low and gradually increase it to allow for smooth transition. It's the fair thing to do, as we are all paying the externalized costs that fossil fuels create in the form of pollution. Oil, gas, and coal companies essentially get a subsidy compared to cleaner energy sources by not paying the societal cost of pollution. A carbon tax would level the playing field.