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If a hydrokinetic pilot project in the East River is successful, the lights will come on in NYC when the tide comes in.


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If a hydrokinetic pilot project in the East River is successful, the lights will come on in NYC when the tide comes in.

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Tidal Wave of the Future

If a hydrokinetic pilot project in the East River is successful, the lights will come on in NYC when the tide comes in.

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