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Weekly Tiny House: Wherever the powder is

This week’s tiny house feature is the perfect cure for the mid-winter office doldrums and is sure to ignite a renewed spark and love for winter. Like any good ski bum accommodations, “people and gear avalanche from every nook and cranny” in only 112 square feet of this

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A Solar Story Told in GIFs

When someone decides to go solar When I tell someone I work in the solar industry When I got hired to work at RGS Energy   When utility companies realize solar isn’t going away Utilities: Solar:   When you get a high electricity bill   When you

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Weekly Tiny House: Portland, Oregon

Welcome to the caboose hotel! This caboose-shaped tiny home is used a tiny hotel in Portland, Oregon and boasts mountain cabin features like mason-jar lighting and wood-paneled walls.  Not to mention, the cozy getaway sleeps 4-5 people in just 140 sq ft! #LiveLightly

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Weekly Tiny House: Nussdorf, Austria

This modern, yet warm tiny home takes advantage of the stunning mountain views with as little environmental impact as possible. Built to be a vacation home, designer Peter Jungmann blended a clean elegant look with homey additions like coat hooks to make the space feel like a

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Weekly Tiny House: Snohomish, Washington

Known as the “Tiny Tack House,” this tiny house was born from two Seattle techies who decided to trade the hustle and bustle of the hi-tech world for a custom-built, 140-foot-square home in Snohomish, Washington. It took eight months to design and complete the Tiny Tack House,

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Weekly Tiny House: Horsefly Lake, British Columbia

Monika and Sam used their log home building experience and eye for interior design to create their tiny home oasis near Horsefly Lake, British Columbia. The cozy 320 ft2 cabin boasts pine floors and ceilings along with hand-built furnishings. The best part? It’s for sale! If you’ve always dreamed

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Weekly Tiny House: “La Arboleda” Ranch Retreat

The owners of this beautiful tiny home wanted a place to get away and relax on their Texas hill country ranch, so they reached out to Reclaimed Space to help them make their dream a reality. Reclaimed Space, known for building sustainable, small homes, used materials salvaged from

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Real Goods Solar Sponsors Grid Alternatives Solar Installation at the 30th Annual Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project

We had the privilege to work with GRID Alternatives during Habitat for Humanity’s 30th annual Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project, Oct. 6-12 in Denver, Colorado. During the milestone anniversary event, Real Goods Solar sponsored an installation and donated our time to help bring solar into the Globeville neighborhood in northeast

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Real Goods Solar Donates Portable Solar Array to African Orphanage

We recently had the humbling opportunity to bring the gift of solar beyond our own borders to the Botshabelo orphanage in South Africa. Through Mount Madonna School‘s trip to the orphanage, Real Goods Solar donated portable solar gear, including the array seen above. As reliable electricity is an

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Bicycle Commute Timelapse

One of our engineers made this fun timelapse of his daily bike commute in honor of bike to work day! Enjoy.

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