Gallery: Striking Off-Grid House on the Osa Penninsula in Costa Rica

 
A solar system on the roof provides enough power for the entire house for most of the year, while a solar hot water system creates all of the domestic hot water.

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  1. martin3361 April 26, 2011 at 9:41 am

    This is awesome.

    could we get the sticker price they forked out for this beauty?
    how much did it cost to build ?

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