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04/02/2012

Hydroelectric lamp

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    A hydroelectric lamp powers its bulbs with the water that runs through the plumbing of a house.
    The system is made up of an array of micro turbines placed in strategic pipes throughout the home. Water from sinks, toilets, and washing machines will flow past the turbines, generating electricity stored in the system's batteries, which then power the long, vertical lamps.
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