Hydrogen fuel and infrastructure company OneH2 has said the cause of the 7th April explosion at its North Carolina facility remains under investigation by authorities.

During the explosion there was no detonation of any on-site storage tanks and no workers were injured.

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In a statement the company said that it credits hydrogen safety protocols and systems for preventing any worker injury and further facility damage.

“Safety for our workers and our community is our top priority,” said Paul Dawson, OneH2’s President. 

“All safety systems operated including hydrogen tank pressure relief mechanisms and isolating valves.”

“We strive to comply with standards and regulations and eagerly await findings from the current investigation by authorities.”