7 Jul 2021
Electric Boats & Ships: Five Key Battery Suppliers
The IDTechEx report "Electric Leisure & Sea-going Boats and Ships 2021-2040" reveals the battery demand expected from maritime transport over the next two decades, from leisure boats to ocean-crossing ships. In this article, IDTechEx summarizes the leading battery suppliers underpinning the industry.
15 Oct 2020
- Decrease the cost of installation of EV fast-charging infrastructures, and operational time for new EV charging station.
- Install fast-charging infrastructure in remote locations where the power grid does not provide high power lines, and reducing the cost by avoiding the construction of new power lines, and reducing the set-up time of new fast-charging stations.
27 Aug 2020
Electric Boats & Ships: 2020 Battery Prices
Falling Li-ion battery prices have been an important enabler for electrification of boats and ships. In this article, we discuss the latest battery price data from market leaders Corvus Energy, the drivers behind cost reduction and the expectation for cost reduction over the next decade.
The data provided in this article is based on an exclusive IDTechEx interview with Sean Puchalski, Executive VP at Corvus.
25 Aug 2020
Corvus Energy (2020)
Corvus Energy is the leading maritime battery supplier. This update, based on an IDTechEx interview, discusses the impact of covid-19 on marine electrification, the latest trends and data on the company's expanded product line-up, the threats to electrification in the short-term and a market outlook for the sector.
23 Aug 2020
Electric Boats & Ships: Covid-19 Impact
Covid-19 has had a devastating effect on the transportation industry with production shutdowns and loss of consumer travel and spending. In this article, IDTechEx discusses the impact so far on the electric and hybrid marine industry based on primary interviews.
23 Aug 2020
Electric Ships: Battery Behemoths
Electric ships have some of the largest individual batteries of any electric vehicle sector; below is a list of the largest projects IDTechEx have been tracking.
2 Jun 2020
How are Batteries for Boats and Ships Different?
Since 2016 the market for electric and hybrid commercial vessels has started to follow an exponential growth pattern as maritime battery prices halved.
However, system-level battery prices for boats are still roughly four times higher than the battery packs sold in electric cars. The following article explores why.
23 Jul 2019
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.
15 Jul 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.
7 Feb 2019
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.
1 Feb 2019
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.
17 Aug 2018
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.
16 Jul 2018
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.