Dundee chief executive Scot Gardiner has said there is no way that his club could have acted differently to prevent the postponement of their match with Ayr United on Tuesday.
The late call-off at Dens was the result of an electrical failure of the floodlights, and meant that the match could not go ahead.
Gardiner said: "It was extremely frustrating. We obviously felt tremendously bad for the fans. We were really up for the game.
"We're not going to know the full answers to it. There was obviously power surges yesterday in Dundee and we were aware of that in the afternoon. It was only once we got to about seven o'clock that things started to go wrong and sadly it became unfixable.
"We're told this morning that it was either a massive power spike, solar storms or a lightning strike. All of those three things, there's nothing we can do to control that. As soon as we knew we closed the doors for health and safety and we think we acted in the proper manner."