HRS inaugurates its new industrial site to mark its 20th anniversary

For its 20th anniversary, HRS is inaugurating its new industrial site dedicated to the large-scale manufacturing of hydrogen stations.

20 years of experience and dynamism toward the future.

“We are lucky to live in an extraordinary country where whatever you say, no matter where you come from, anything is possible if you put in the effort, and of course respect others.” reminds us Hassen Rachedi during his speech.

Nearly 450 people gathered to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the company and inaugurate the new HRS industrial site this Thursday March 14, 2024 in Champagnier.


The following spoke alongside Hassen Rachedi: the president of Grenoble Alpes Métropole, Christophe Ferrari, Mr. Deputy Vice-President for the environment and positive ecology of the Auvergne Rhône Alpes Region, Thierry Kovacs as well as the Minister Delegate in charge of the Industry and Energy, Roland Lescure.

Testimony of Roland Lescure, Minister Delegate in charge of the Industry and Energy

“Hydrogen is the most emblematic of the disruptive technologies that will enable the in-depth decarbonization of our industrial apparatus. The diversity of hydrogen applications makes it one of the keys to our country’s ecological transition. HRS is finally, almost above all, an entrepreneurial and territorial adventure, a new green flagship for the Grenoble metropolitan area. »

Roland Lescure, Minister Delegate in charge of the Industry and Energy

First images of the events

Was programmed: the inaugural speech, a cocktail and guided tours of the new production tool and its unique testing area in Europe.


The inauguration closed with a guided tour of the 14,300m² site run by the company's employees, experts in their field.

The guests were able to discover the different activities and know-how of HRS, by visiting the production building dedicated to the large-scale manufacturing of hydrogen stations, the new HRS40 station and even our collaborative research and development centre dedicated to research and development.

A big thank you to Enable Production for this video as well as Sébastien Sassoulas for the photo report.

We would also like to thank our various service providers who helped us carry out this event: Inside Outsight, Diverty Events, La fine fourchette and Sorra.

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