http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-08-...-csiro-game-changer-export-potential/10082514 https://www.csiro.au/en/News/News-releases/2017/Membrane-for-hydrogen-fuel-cells The biggest problem with using hydrogen as a fuel is its low density. It can be cooled to a liquid but the temperature is so low as to pose serious challenges. An alternative is to use ammonia and this is where the CSIRO's new tech comes in. I've always thought converting hydrogen and nitrogen to ammonia required considerable energy and wasn't very efficient. Ammonia itself can be used as fuel but the concept here is after transportation to split the ammonia back into nitrogen and hydrogen. Regardless of my ignorance there does seem to be a lot of interest in what the CSIRO has developed and it does seem to open up the opportunity for Australia to become a major exporter of renewably sourced energy.