Nel Hydrogen presents hypothesis on explosion

Hydrogen company Nel Hydrogen has received assistance for the first investigations into the cause of last week's explosion outside Oslo, Norway. Nel's technology was not a main cause, the company concludes among other points.

Photo: PR/Nel

A hydrogen leak from one of the company's high-pressure tanks caused the explosion on Monday of last week at one of the stations partly designed by Nel Hydrogen.

This is the hypothesis formed by the Danish-Norwegian company, which has had security consultants from Gexcon perform the first investigations into the causes of the accident. The explosion occurred at an Uno-X-owned station in the Norwegian town Sanvika, just outside Oslo, according to an official press statement released by Nel.

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