At the end of the project, it is expected that the technology would allow local communities to have cheaper, yet sustainable source of energy. The research would also open opportunities, create new jobs most specifically in the industries involved in renewable energies and hydrogen production. The reduction of carbon dioxide emission may also lead to the improvement of air quality and result to a better life. Most importantly, as the technology addresses the mismatch between energy generation and usage, it makes hydrogen technology deal away from centralized hydrogen production facilities and infrastructure. This significantly helps the poor in remote areas in the Philippines achieve energy security through better energy distribution schemes. Ultimately, the Newton award has paved a way to the improvement of skills of both parties through these trainings.