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|Friday, June 11, 2010|
The Portland Water Bureau is working on a project that would install a micro-hydroelectric system in a city water tank, to see if such a system could help offset electricity costs.
The system uses jets of water and a turbine to create electricity, and the Water Bureau thinks it could help the city's transition to green energy.
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