The Bauhaus is an electric-powered houseboat. It measures 50′ by 13.5′ so it’s approximately 675 square feet. Not tiny, but certainly small, and very interesting. It weighs about 20 tons and has enough solar panels to run everything all year long. There is no gas, diesel, or petrol required. You even cook and heat with the electricity that the PhotoVoltaic panels generate.
There is a giant 1.2-ton battery bank/storage to keep it all. The solar-powered Bauhaus barge/houseboat was built in 2010. Inside you would find two cabins, a bathroom, a large lounge area with kitchen, skylights, fully glazed door, and windows. So let’s take a look, shall we?
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