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This Tiny Dwelling Uses a Solar Array to Charge Its Electronic Amenities

 - Mar 28, 2018
References: alpinetinyhomes & newatlas
The Phoenix is a high-tech solar-powered tiny home that brings together the advantages of minimalist living with the wonders of eco-friendly energy.

Developed by Colorado-based tiny house manufacturer Alpine Tiny Homes, the Phoenix tiny home's appliances are powered by a 6.5 kilowatt-hour solar panel array that is located on the ground, with the dwelling also coming with a conventional RV hookup and water connection. In terms of amenities, this solar-powered tiny home comes with a full-sized kitchen and well-stocked entertainment center complete with an electric fireplace, all made possible by a relatively large floor space of 38 square metres.

Small enough to be a tiny dwelling yet just large enough to take full advantage of its solar panel array, the Phoenix is a fine example of the fluidity of the solar-powered tiny home segment, which still has plenty of room for evolution.