The cost of the lamp stack will likely be $2.5 million to $3 million.
The stack, which is meant to be used in conjunction with an existing solar array, will provide about 70 percent of the solar panels that can be installed.
The other 70 percent will be generated by other solar panels on the roof of the house.
The idea behind the lamp stacks is to create a solar roof that is more efficient than a conventional roof, but still cost effective enough to have an effect on air quality.
While the first lamp stack was designed to be placed on the front lawn, the stack is now being built on the rear lawn.
The stacks will cost $10,000 to $15,000 per lamp stack, depending on the size and type of the structure, said Jason Schulz, the chief executive of Solar City, a California-based solar company that builds and sells solar panels.
The goal is to produce the lamps on the roofs of about 150 homes, he said.
A single solar lamp stack can produce enough energy to power about 100 homes.
Schulz said he hopes to eventually get a solar-powered house built in a solar array on the rooftop of a single house.
“That would be a great benefit for families in the community,” he said in a statement.
“We are excited to begin to make that happen.”
One downside of building solar roofs is that they require a lot of work.
SolarCity said the cost of solar arrays can vary from $100,000 up to $2 million, depending where the roof is located.
Some buildings need a solar panel installed at the top of the roof to reduce the amount of energy lost from the sun.
Other solar arrays need to be moved up the hill to the rear of the home, where the sun is less intense.
“It’s a little bit more challenging to move a solar system that is in a particular location,” said Jason Dyson, chief executive officer of BrightSource, a solar energy company in Santa Monica, California.
“There’s a lot more complexity than we think there is.
You have to do some very specialized equipment.
There’s a whole bunch of things that go into it.”
BrightSource’s rooftop solar project has been built on about 100 solar panels, but Schulz has said that his company is planning to add as many as 300 solar arrays in the future.
In terms of size, the solar lamp stacks are more than twice the size of the average rooftop solar array.
The stacked lamp stacks will likely cost around $10 million to be built, according to Schulz.
He expects to have the stacks up and running by 2019.