HRS selected to supply green hydrogen refuelling station


As part of a program to build a local market for green hydrogen mobility, HRS has been awarded the contract for the construction, commissioning, and maintenance of a 200 kg/day green hydrogen refueling station.

HRS was chosen to build a hydrogen refueling station on a former industrial site after responding to a request for tenders piloted by ENGIE Solutions via its sustainable mobility gas GNVERT bid. The HRS station will distribute green hydrogen provided by an electrolyser at a rate of 200 kg per day under dual pressure (350-700 bar).

The station is scheduled to open in the second half of 2021 and will provide green hydrogen to large vehicles such as buses, refuse trucks, and fire engines.

A number of other stations, which have yet to be allocated, will be built as part of the same initiative. They will be incorporated into this single ecosystem for the development and distribution of 100% renewable hydrogen for transportation on a local level.

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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