This is the New Frontier Tiny House that literally runs on Dunkin’. Yes, New Frontier Tiny Homes and Blue Marble Energy partnered with Dunkin’ Donuts to design and build a tiny house that is powered by a biofuel blend made using 80% used Dunkin’ Donuts coffee grounds.2 That’s pretty awesome, right? Can you imagine something like this being used widely? That would be incredible!
Blue Marble Biomaterials helped develop the fuel and New Frontier created the electrical system that optimized the home. Every appliance and feature found in a full size home is in this unit.1
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New Frontier Tiny House on Wheels That’s Powered By Dunkin’ Donuts Coffee Grounds
Every 170 pounds of spent coffee grounds yields about one gallon of fuel and is used in a standard biofuel generator.2
VIDEO – The New Frontier Tiny House That Runs on Dunkin’
How It Works In a Nutshell
What they did, is Blue Marble Biomaterials figured out a way to generate power from the used coffee grinds, it’s explained in better detail here, but it’s done using a blend of biofuel using oil that comes from 80% coffee grinds.2 From there, they were able to fuel a generator using the fuel created using these grinds. And New Frontier Tiny Homes designed and built a tiny house on wheels with an optimized electrical system that runs on Dunkin’!
I’m starting to wish my house ran on Dunkin’, how about you?
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