It’s 8 x 16 and has additional storage in the back to store power with batteries. There’s also extra room there for hot water storage and any other extras.
Photo Credit Minnesota Renewable Energy Society
This solar tiny house was made possible thanks to Laura Cina, Joel Cina, Chris Burrington, Timothy Pendergast, Larissa Starr Maranell, Andrew Steven Richardson, The Chuba Company and Applied Energy Innovations.
I encourage you to enjoy the rest of the home below:
My company manufactures self-contained living units, which in lay terms would probably best be described as eco-friendly, tiny homes that are on massive amounts of steroids!
My work history and background would have probably suggested that I ultimately would not have ended up in this role as an owner of a manufacturing company.
I have worked for more than twenty one years in the real estate industry as a Principal Real Estate Broker and the Branch New Homes director for (at that particular time) the second largest Coldwell Banker franchise in the United States.
I encourage you to read the rest of Stew’s article and look over the rest of the photos below:
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