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Hydrogen Refueling Solutions (HRS) is advancing the early closing of its initial public offering, in the face of the marked enthusiasm of investors, who now have until February 4 to subscribe for securities. The first negotiations will take place on February 9.
Hydrogen Refueling Solutions (HRS) is popular with investors. Faced with the influx of requests for securities, the European designer and manufacturer ofwill close its IPO early in view of the admission of its shares to trading on Euronext Growth Paris. The operation will be closed on Wednesday February 3, 2021 (5 p.m. for subscriptions at counters and 8 p.m. for Internet subscriptions) for the open price offer (OPO) and on Thursday February 4, 2021 (12 noon) for the placement global.
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The price of the offer and the possible exercise of the extension clause will take place on February 4. The first negotiations will take place on February 9. The group wants to issue shares for a total of 70 million euros, for a share price between 22.85 and 25.30 euros. "The station market will be multiplied by more than 80 in the next 20 years in Europe", recently underlined Philippe Bottu, a former manager of Air Liquide.has set itself the goal of delivering 100 new stations by 2025.
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