HRS , a leading European designer and manufacturer of hydrogen refuelling stations, has received an order from Haffner Energy, a designer and manufacturer of decarbonized hydrogen production technologies and services.
The 200 kg/day station ordered by Haffner Energy will be linked to a new Hynoca® infrastructure, a game-changing technology for producing green hydrogen using biomass thermolysis.
The station will be installed as part of a joint testing project, whose location will be revealed at a later date. This first undertaking moves the partnership between Haffner Energy and HRS into its operational phase, thereby launching the commercial deployment of joint infrastructure.
As a reminder, Haffner Energy and HRS signed an agreement on a strategic partnership for an initial three-year period, enabling the companies to offer joint mobility solutions, including Haffner Energy’s Hynoca® green hydrogen production technology and HRS hydrogen-powered electric vehicle refueling stations.
The partnership also incorporates a mutual distribution agreement under which Haffner Energy will systematically and exclusively offer its customers an option to integrate HRS stations. In return, HRS will offer Hynoca® Mobility solutions to its customers seeking 100% green alternatives to electrolysis.
For these joint projects, the partner’s solution will be provided by means of a simple supply agreement or through the creation of a consortium.