Hydrogen stations
from 14 to 80 kg hydrogen / hour

HRS offers a range of hydrogen refueling and distribution stations delivering 14 to 80 kilogrammes hydrogen per hour at a pressure of between 350 and 700 bar.
As a result, HRS stations are compatible with a wide range of vehicles, including light vehicles, as well as buses, lorries and heavy vehicles.

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Why choose HRS?

Comprehensive support

From the start of the project to commissioning.

Our highly qualified team of over 80 people, based in Champ‑sur‑Drac, near Grenoble (Isère), supports you to complete all your projects. Our employees assist you in the sizing of your project, to the design, building, installation to the start of the station.

Maintenance offer

Levels 3 and 4, 24-hour on-call duty.

Our stations are designed so that every key equipment is easily accessible and connected. There are connected for an optimised and predictive maintenance. Usage data is available 24 hours a day, for real-time monitoring.

Ease of financing

HRS has partnered with BNP Paribas Leasing.

With this partnership, HRS launched the 1st funding offer combined with the purchase of a hydrogen refueling station.
This offer includes several benefits: facilitated purchasing of a station (spreading the cost out over several years), flexibility with the potential to upgrade capacity during the contract and potential to integrate financing from ADEME.

This complete range constantly adapts to the conditions and location where they are installed

Refueling stations may either be supplied by hydrogen gas at a pressure of 30 bar, which may be stored under pressure (cylinder racks, trailers, fuel tanks, etc.) or by an electrolyser that produces hydrogen on-site.

All our stations comply with the SAE J2601/T40 standard. The SAE J2601 standard defines the protocol and the limits to the process for supplying hydrogen to light fuel cell electric vehicles. These limits include the fuel temperature, maximum fuel flow rate, the pressure increase rate and final pressure, which are all affected by factors such as ambient temperature, fuel temperature on delivery and initial pressure in the vehicle’s compressed hydrogen storage system.

HRS fabricant de stations de ravitaillement hydrogène pour les transports

Hydrogen stations 14 kg / hour

HRS has developed a refueling station capable of delivering 14 kg of hydrogen per hour to refuel passenger cars and commercial vehicles. These stations are all dual-pressure, 350 and 700 bar, compatible with 350 bar HF (High Flow) for lorries (which allows gas flow rate above 350 bar in order to reduce refuelling times caused by the larger fuel tanks). This makes them possible to refuel 6 kg of hydrogen at 700 bar in 5 minutes.

High-capacity stations: from 40 to 80 kg / hour (and more if needed).

HRS is currently developing a range of refueling stations capable of delivering above 1 tonne of hydrogen per day. These products are designed for heavy vehicles (buses, lorries, etc.) and intensive use passenger vehicles and commercial vehicles. This design is optimised for the simultaneous refueling of at least 2 vehicles, regardless of pressure levels, and for performing “back-to-back” vehicle refuelling. These stations are intended to be available for use in 2nd semester of 2023.

Our realizations and projects

HRS assists its customers on projets of design, realisation, installation and maintenance of hydrogen refueling stations:

This refueling station is part of the ZEV (Zero Emission Valley) program, France’s most extensive green hydrogen station project aimed at boosting hydrogen mobility in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region.

H200 Station
Location: Saint-Priest, France
Use: public – Operational: S2 2022

HRS fabricant de stations de ravitaillement hydrogène pour les transports
HRS fabricant de stations de ravitaillement hydrogène pour les transports

This station distributes carbon-free hydrogen at several pressures (350, 350 high flow and 700 bar) and thus meets all hydrogen mobility uses and addresses all public: individuals, professionals and communities. It responds in particular to the growing needs of heavy duty mobility: buses, dustbin lorries, service vehicles, etc.

H200 Station
Location: La Roche sur Yon, France
Use: public – Operational: S2 2021

Installed on TotalEnergies customer’s site, this dual-pression refueling station (350 and 700 bars), easily dismantled and transported, is designed to be quickly installed again at other sites, a first in Europe.

Transportable H200 Station
Location: France
Use: private – Operational: S1 2021

HRS fabricant de stations de ravitaillement hydrogène pour les transports

This station is under the bold green mobility program of Vendée region, it will supply green hydrogen to dual pressure (350-700 bar) station supplying green hydrogen for all types of vehicles, including trucks, light commercial vehicles and cars. The station will be opened initially for company fleets, then later for the public.

H200 Station
Location: Sables d’Olonne, France
Use: public – Operational: S1 2023

Built next to the Michelin plant, HRS supplies a public carbon-free hydrogen refueling station for cars and trucks, and installs the piping infrastructure connecting the electrolyser to various industrial, and mobility uses.

H200 Station
Location: Vannes, France
Use: public – Operational: S2 2022

This first station joins the Hype general public network in which an initial series of seven stations will be commissioned in Île de France in late 2022/early 2023. This station will refuel the taxi fleet and commercial vehicles, trucks, buses, refuse collection trucks, etc.

H200 Station
Location: Issy les Moulineaux, France
Use: public – Operational: S2 2022

The hydrogen refueling station ordered by Haffner Energy will be linked to a new Hynoca® infrastructure, a game-changing technology for producing green hydrogen using biomass thermolysis.

H200 Station
Location: France
Use: private

This refueling station, based at a mass distribution logistics center, supplies hydrogen to a fleet of forklifts equipped with the Plug fuel cell solution.

H200 Station
Location: France
Use: private – Operational: S1 2022

The station is expected to be used in the development of the Hopium Machina, a hydrogen-powered sedan delivering over 500 horsepower and a range of over 1,000 km with a filling time of only 3 minutes.

H200 Station
Location: France
Use: private