Up to five new hydrogen refuelling stations set to be deployed in France

Hydrogen Refuelling Solutions (HRS) and SEVEN have announced plans to install up to five hydrogen fuelling stations in France by 2025

Currently operating around 20 fuel distribution stations, SEVEN wants to accelerate the deployment of hydrogen solutions and has therefore partnered with HRS to implement one tonne per day stations.

Under a Letter of Intent (LOI), HRS will become the exclusive hydrogen refuelling station supplier to SEVEN, providing solutions that are suitable for all types of vehicles.

“This alliance reflects a shared vision: to make a full commitment to decarbonising heavy mobility through renewable hydrogen,” explained SEVEN’s Chairman, Jean Michel Richeton.

Hassen Rachedi, Founder and CEO of HRS, added, “This joint initiative reinforces our commitment to deploying cutting-edge hydrogen solutions that meet the growing need for sustainable mobility in the heart of our regions.

“In this context, our hydrogen station solutions are an essential asset in our regional networks, where the uses of hydrogen mobility are multiplying.”

Last year (2023), HRS announced it would supply two of its one tonne per day stations to HYmpulsion’s Zero Emission Valley (ZEV) project in France’s Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region.

Read more:HRS to supply two hydrogen refuelling stations for France’s Zero Emission Valley project

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