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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