Researchers from Hyasta and the University of Wollongong have made a revolutionary discovery that will help them commercialise the world's most efficient electrolyser, reports It Matters To You, the leading provider of car removal Melbourne wide. Experts in the automotive industry anticipate this breakthrough being the kickstart that green hydrogen has been needing, making the sustainable fuel alternative cheaper and more accessible.Hyasta is a research group formed out of the University of Wollongong specifically to find a commercialisation solution for the electrolyser technology already developed by a team at UOW. According to It Matters To You, this electrolyser has the capacity to reach giga-scale hydrogen production by 2025; it also positions Hyasta - and by extension, Australia - at the forefront of the worldwide race to large-scale renewable hydrogen production. This electrolyser technology works by ensuring that the manufacturing, scaling, and installation processes are easy and will deliver higher output and efficiency than other existing technologies. Experts from the research team reveal that if harnessed, the technology could save hydrogen producers billions in electricity costs by producing green hydrogen at the lowest cost in the world. Eventually, says It Matters To You, this affordable green hydrogen will surpass non-renewable, fossil fuel-derived, traditional hydrogen. Experts are confident that this technology will be the impetus for a large-scale automotive shift, not unlike the shift from combustion engines to electric motors.