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Colorado is trying to fight both poverty and climate change by retrofitting low-income homes. Now, the state is set to get a big boost from the infrastructure law Congress just passed. Sam Brasch of Colorado Public Radio reports.

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A secret cache of clean energy is lurking in sewers, and there are growing efforts to put it to work in the battle against climate change.

The U.S. Department of Energy estimates Americans wash enough energy down the drain every year to power about 30 million homes. The sources are often everyday items inside homes. Think hot showers, washing machines and sinks. Evolving technology is making it easier to harness that mostly warm water.

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