The CSIRO team working on the membrane technology that allows hydrogen fuel to be transported as ammoniaSupplied, CSIRO

A number of the world’s biggest car companies, including Toyota, Hyundai and BMW, are betting on hydrogen as a future fuel source.
One of the biggest challenges facing the hydrogen fuel industry is its transportation and storage.
Australian scientists at the CSIRO may have found a way of getting over this hurdle.

One of the biggest obstacles the hydrogen fuel industry is faced with — its transportation and storage — may have been solved by scientists at the CSIRO.

With some of the world’s biggest car companies, including Toyota, Hyundai and BMW, betting on hydrogen as a future fuel source, the national science agency has developed membrane technology to refuel cars using ammonia.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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