Posts Tagged: Corvus Energy

Corvus Energy to supply battery for zero-emission tanker

Kawasaki Heavy Industries has selected Corvus Energy to supply the energy storage system for Asahi Tanker’s zero-emissions electric e5 tanker, which is currently under construction. The battery-powered vessel was designed by e5 Lab, a consortium of Japanese shipping and maritime services companies, including Asahi Tanker, set up to build infrastructure services focused on electrically-powered vessels…. Read more »

Wärtsilä selects Corvus Energy batteries for Finnlines ferries

Wärtsilä has selected Corvus Energy to supply energy storage systems for three new hybrid ferries for Finnlines, a Finish ferry operator. Designed for roll-on/roll-off cargo, each ferry has a length of 238 meters, a beam of 34 meters, a capacity of 5,800 lane-meters, and more than 5,000 meter-square of vehicle decks. Built at Nanjing shipyard,… Read more »

Corvus Energy to provide energy storage systems for five new electric ferries

Corvus Energy, a supplier of energy storage systems (ESSs) to the maritime industry, has been selected as the ESS provider for five new electric ferries to be operated by Norwegian company Fjord1. Corvus will provide its lithium-ion battery-based ESSs to electrical systems integrator Norwegian Electric Systems (NES), which will provide the power and propulsion system… Read more »

Marine battery maker secures $5 million in funding, pursues aggressive growth

Marine battery systems maker Corvus Energy has finalized a $5-million financing deal with Green Marine Capital (GMC). The company plans to use the new funding to pursue a strategy of aggressive growth. According to Corvus, its lithium-ion Energy Store Systems (ESS) serve more than 90 percent of the marine market, including both hybrid and fully… Read more »