The industry’s first hybrid fish farm processing vessel will be powered with a lithium ion based energy storage system (ESS) from Corvus Energy.
Corvus Energy will provide lithium-ion-based energy storage systems (ESS) for two platform supply vessels (PSVs) to enable reduced emissions.
A lithium ion battery system has received Type Approval by DNV-GL for use in battery-powered or hybrid vessels and offshore units opening up the options on the market.
Corvus Energy will supply battery power for the hybridisation of Farstad Shipping’s PSV 'Far Sun' in the second half of 2017.
Vard will deliver an upgrade to a Farstad Shipping Platform Supply Vessel (PSV) to convert it to use state of the art battery technology lowering both emissions and operating costs.
Corvus Energy’s next generation Orca lithium ion based Energy Storage Systems ESS have been selected for two new polar expedition vessels being built for a European expedition cruise operator.
Corvus Energy has again been selected by Halvorsen Power Systems AS to supply lithium based energy storage systems (ESS) for a retrofit of a hybrid cargo transport vessel.
GE’s Power Conversion business will integrate Orca ESS technology for merchant, naval and offshore applications at its marine power test facility and customer demonstration centre.
Manufacturer of lithium-ion based energy storage systems (ESS), Corvus Energy, has unveiled its next generation product line, Orca ESS, at the Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo in Amsterdam.
Canadian company Corvus Energy says that it is to supply three more energy storage systems to Scandlines for its next hybrid ferry refits.
Corvus Energy of Canada says that it has received approval from three major classification societies for its energy storage system, as used in several hybrid and all-electric ship propulsion projects.
True hybrid solutions could, with the right push, go much further than their diesel electric forebears in answering some of the inefficiencies which lie at the heart of offshore support operations.
US-based Corvus Energy has been awarded a contract by Spanish shipyard, LaNaval, for high power energy storage systems for an advanced hybrid CNG ferry said to be the ‘greenest’ in Holland.
Eco Marine Power (EMP) has announced that it has selected Corvus Energy as a strategic technology provider for a range of ongoing development projects for environmentally-friendly ships.
Canadian energy storage system supplier Corvus Energy says that it has been awarded a contract to supply a lithium polymer battery bank for the conversion of a ferry to hybrid propulsion.
The first large passenger ferry to rely entirely on battery power begins operations this year, but it’s not the only passenger vessel to have included energy storage in the power mix, writes Bill Thomson in The Motorship's February issue, out now.
Corvus Energy is to deliver an additional 2.6 MWh battery system to Scandlines, operator of the world’s largest battery hybrid electric ferry fleet.
Corvus Energy has pushed lithium-ion battery packs to the limit as part of a thermal runaway mitigation test observed by several marine industry stakeholders.
Corvus Energy has announced an investment from Statoil Technology Invest for the development of its lithium ion energy storage systems (ESS) for the offshore oil and gas industry.
Corvus Energy and Scandlines have cooperated on the conversion of four ro-pax ferries to hybrid propulsion.
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