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Tiny Solar House

The Tiny Solar House is a 210-square-foot off-grid tiny house on wheels powered by six 280-watt photovoltaic panels.

On a quest to help educate people about the advantages of solar power, the owner, Michael Chance, is taking a journey around the U.S. and stopping at many of the national parks.

The tiny house uses a custom cedar design with aluminum accents built on top of an 18-foot trailer.

Inside, you’ll find a kitchen with an energy-star refrigerator and a four-burner propane stove, a bathroom with fiberglass shower and composting toilet, and a sleeping loft with a queen-sized bed and storage space.

Cedar exterior with aluminum accents - Tiny Solar House
Cedar exterior with aluminum accents - Tiny Solar House
Solar panel array - Tiny Solar House
Rear exterior view - Tiny Solar House
Pine walls and laminate flooring - Tiny Solar House
Desk and couch - Tiny Solar House
Projection screen - Tiny Solar House
Kitchen with wrap around counters - Tiny Solar House
Four burner propane stove - Tiny Solar House
Butcher block countertop - Tiny Solar House
Lots of windows for natural light - Tiny Solar House
Queen size bedroom loft - Tiny Solar House
Bedroom loft with storage shelves - Tiny Solar House
Loft detail - Tiny Solar House

Images © Tiny Solar House

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