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Tiny Camper Uses Wind And Solar Power To Make Off-Grid Living Easy

By Aimee Lutkin

If you've ever dreamed of traveling the country, but worried that your carbon footprint would only grow as you traversed the landscape, there is a new kind of camper designed to limit some of the drains on the planet that traditional mobile home living creates. 

The sCarabane was recently revealed by Green Cat Technologies, according to Curbed. The modular system is allegedly self-sufficient, and while it may not look like much when it's closed up into a 26-foot boxy trailer for travel, it opens into an extremely livable 420-square-foot house.

It takes about 30 minutes to set up the trailer into a livable space after setting it down. Once assembled, there are two "master bedrooms" that feature a fold-out desk and twin beds. The kitchen opens to a deck outside, which will allow you to not only live, but host!