A plan to do away with subsidies on solar installations in the City of Redding was delayed Tuesday night by the city council. Since 2006 the state has required that utilities give an average of $7,700 Dollars in rebates to customers who installed solar panels. That requirement would go away when the utility reached five percent of its customers. For the City of Redding that number was reached at the end of 2017. The council will form a committee to take a look at the numbers going forward.