The Trump administration has announced that it is considering putting solar panels on all of the White House’s 17 kitchens, in a bid to make the building more energy efficient.
The decision is expected to be finalized in the next few days, with the decision expected to affect the entire White House.
“This is a very big step,” White House chief of staff Reince Priebus told reporters Tuesday.
“It’s going to help us make the White, and that’s really what this is about.
It’s about being able to get the White house back to where it needs to be.”
The Trump administration plans to install more than 2,000 solar panels in the White Houses kitchens.
But the solar panels will be used primarily to power the TVs and computers that sit in the dining room.
The White House says the panels will reduce power consumption by about a third compared to existing designs.
The new system will include a battery pack and will require the installation of additional insulation.
The new solar system will be installed in the Executive Suite and the President’s Cabinet Room.
The executive suite currently uses a conventional solar system, but the administration is now considering installing panels in both the Executive and Cabinet Rooms, the White Department said in a statement.
The administration also wants to install panels in one of the bedrooms, where there is less insulation, according to a White House official.
The official said that the new system would also allow for a better access to the Oval Office, where a solar panel would be located in the center of the room.
The Solar and Energy Foundation, a nonprofit organization that works to increase solar energy access to communities, estimates that there are 1.4 million households in the United States that currently do not have access to electricity.
The foundation estimates that more than 40 percent of those households lack solar access.
The administration has also been weighing whether to use a traditional power system, where the solar panel sits in the middle of a large, open-air solar array.
Trump has repeatedly claimed that he will use the White Senate to create solar panels for the White’s Executive Office Building, but that idea has been in the works for some time.
The idea was floated by the president’s son-in-law Jared Kushner in November 2016, and has been embraced by the Trump administration.
Trump administration officials have been discussing how the Whitehouse could be used as a solar power facility since 2015, when Kushner and his company, SolarCity, began working on a plan for the administration to use the building as a “solar farm” to help the nation meet its greenhouse gas emission goals.
In 2016, the solar farm plan was proposed by Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner.
The solar farm proposal, which was backed by Trump, Kushner and several members of his administration, has been a central component of Trump’s climate change policy.
It would use the solar energy to produce energy for homes and businesses, and it would also power the president and his family’s personal solar panels, according of the solar plan.
Trump’s administration has said that solar panels are “a critical part of the energy grid” in areas like the WhiteHouse and the White Courthouse, where Trump resides.
The solar farm would not be the only solar power plant in the area, however.
Trump is considering a project in South Florida, which would use solar energy generated by wind turbines.
The Trump White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
In December 2016, a federal judge ruled that the solar project was not within the scope of the Clean Power Plan, which required states to increase their energy efficiency standards.
But that ruling did not prohibit the White Office from installing solar panels.
The Trump Whitehouse also has a proposal to install solar panels at the National Archives, which has been an issue in the past for the president, who has criticized the National Park Service for not taking the necessary steps to improve its energy efficiency.