Check out these tiny homes powered by solar energy

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Browsing the Internet I found something that combines two recent trends that are fantastic for going green, tiny homes powered by solar energy. Solar energy is fantastic for so many reasons. There are no emissions, it is clean, and quiet. Tiny homes are good what are you solar energy or not. They need less maintenance and energy over all. Diply.com as compiled some stunning photos and facts about some tiny homes that run on solar energy. The first is a round tiny home situated on water. Designed by Giancarlo Zema for EcoFloLife, this floating pod can be placed near any calm body of water. It measures only 12 meters in diameter and is only 4 meters high. Its body is curved and is constructed from recycled, glued laminated timber and a recycled aluminum hull. It is made from 98% recycled materials.

It is a great example of how 1000 square feet can run solely on solar energy. There is a French philosopher and industrial engineer named Alexandre Verdier who has created solar powered campers. There are 5 designs to choose from so you can match your style or personality. His philosophy is on solving environmental problems is that the solution resides in smart, simple design and employing technology to make better use of natural resources. He certainly achieves this, on his part, with his amazing solar powered campers! You wont believe how roomie they are, and how such a small space can have everything you need! There is a floating room outside a beachhouse in Musko, Sweden, designed by Kenjo. It is made from locally sourced spruce and is fully movable if need be. It is powered by solar panels on the roof. What a neat little space to be able to hang out! Have you ever thought about going off the grid and using solar power? Read more about these solar powered tiny homes and you might be inspired!

See them here: Solar energy homes

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