Corvus Energy (2019 Update)
Corvus Energy are the market leading suppliers for ruggedized battery systems for commercial and industrial electric boats and ships. Here IDTechEx provides an update on their progress based on an interview with two engineers from Corvus in June 2019.
Highlights from Electric and Hybrid Marine Conference and Expo (2019)!
Technology Analyst Luke Gear presents his findings from the Electric and Hybrid Marine conference held in Amsterdam.
Corvus Energy strengthens its product portfolio for maritime batteries
Corvus Energy Holding AS has signed an agreement to acquire all shares in Grenland Energy AS. Grenland Energy develops and manufactures lightweight lithium-ion batteries for the maritime, offshore and subsea industry.
Corvus Energy storage system for five new Fjord1 ferries
Corvus Energy has been selected by Norwegian Electric Systems to supply lithium ion battery-based energy storage systems for five new all-electric ferries being built by Havyard for Norwegian ferry operator Fjord1.
Why the times are a changin' in marine electrification
The marine industry is at a turning point: vessel owners and operators are increasingly attracted to the value proposition of installing a battery system. Electrification is gaining momentum. Here's why.
Corvus Energy to expand production in response to high demand
Corvus Energy is pleased to announce two production and R&D expansion plans underway in Canada and Norway. The new battery factories will be more modern and more automated than other similar factories, result in eight times the production capacity compared to today.
Electric and Hybrid Marine 2018
In this premium article IDTechEx highlights some of the presentations analysts found interesting, with commentary, as well as shared insight on interviews undertaken with the market leaders and new entrants on the exhibition floor.
Corvus Energy selected for battery-powered ferry
Corvus Energy has been selected by Stena Line and Callenberg Technology Group to supply the lithium ion-based Energy Storage System for the battery-power retrofit of M/V Stena Jutlandica.
Corvus Energy is a leading provider of ruggedized energy storage systems for industrial maritime markets, and is based out of Canada. It is active in segments such as offshore oil and gas, exploration and port equipment.
Contract for new Norwegian all-electric, battery powered ferry
Corvus Energy has been chosen by Norwegian Electric System to supply a lithium ion based energy storage system for a new all-electric ferry being built by Fjellstrand for Norwegian ferry operator Fjord1. Corvus' Orca Energy ESS solution will supply electrical power to the ferry's NES all-electric power and propulsion system.
Corvus Energy powers industry's first hybrid fish processing vessel
Corvus Energy has been selected by Wärtsilä as the supplier of a lithium ion based energy storage system for the world's first full service hybrid fish farm processing and transport vessel.
Corvus Energy selected by Rolls-Royce for multipurpose hybrid vessel
Corvus Energy is pleased to announce that it has been selected by Rolls-Royce as the supplier of a lithium ion based energy storage system for the Norwegian Coastal Administration's new multipurpose vessel OV Ryvingen.
Corvus Energy Inc secures financing to grow international business
Export Development Canada has announced the closing of a CAD $6.5M contract financing credit facility for Richmond, BC-based Corvus Energy Inc.
Corvus Energy wins top industry awards for third consecutive year
This is the third consecutive year that Corvus has received the Supplier of the Year award and a first time win for Innovation of the Year.
Long-term service agreement for world's largest hybrid ferry fleet
Corvus Energy has been awarded a 10-year long-term service and maintenance agreement for the entire Scandlines hybrid ferry fleet.
Contract to supply energy storage for first hybrid chemical tanker
Corvus Energy Inc has announced that it has been selected as the supplier of the lithium ion based energy storage system for a new hybrid chemical tanker being built for Rederiet Stenersen AS of Norway.