A hydrogen-refueling station exploded outside Oslo, Norway, last week, prompting a temporary shutdown of the nation’s few hydrogen stations and an investigation.
No one was hurt.
This doesn’t mean hydrogen can’t be handled safely. It continues to be a viable fuel for automakers and heavy industries seeking to reduce emissions and comply with regulations that are limiting usage of fossil fuels. Any fuel, regardless of its storage and chemistry, has inherent risks of flammability, and explosions.
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