In Norway blew up hydrogen filling stations Toyota, and Hyundai has stopped selling the FCEV

In Norway blew up hydrogen filling stations Toyota, and Hyundai has stopped selling the FCEV

10 June in the town of Sandvik under the Oslo accords, there was an explosion of the hydrogen filling station, then network operator stopped the work of all other such complexes.

The explosion at hydrogen station Uno-X resulted in the injury of two people who were nearby in a car. The explosion was of such force that activated the car’s airbag without any impact or contact, with the result that passengers received their injuries.

Currently, the cause of the incident is unknown, and the rest of the network of hydrogen filling stations closed until the situation is cleared.

Car companies Hyundai and Toyota immediately after the explosion, announced the termination of sales of fuel cell vehicles in the country.

Representatives of Toyota and Hyundai, said that the sale of fuel cell vehicles in Norway until terminated until the cause of the explosion at the station will not be until the end of the set. However, the termination of sales caused by practical issues, the fact that the closure of the stations, refueling hydrogen cars in Norway can be problematic as Uno-X is a leading fuel supplier in the country.

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