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Burning fossil fuels, like gas and oil, keeps us warm, but also drives climate change. In the UK, heat for homes and buildings accounts for about a third of the country's greenhouse gas emissions. But as the BBC's Roger Harrabin reports, scientists there are looking at a new energy blend of natural gas and zero carbon emission hydrogen.