Founded in 2009, Corvus Energy provides purpose-engineered energy storage solutions and hydrogen fuel cell systems for the ocean space. Since the start in 2009, Corvus Energy has been leading the way in how battery technology is used. By continuously developing new technology and explore new ways of using energy storage to optimize energy consumption and reduce cost and emissions the company has experienced substantial growth and success with offices around the world.
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- Energy - Energy Storage
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- Globally (various continents)
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Corvus Energy is a manufacturer of Energy Storage Systems (ESS) based on lithium NMC technology. Purpose designed and built for industrial, commercial and high power applications, Corvus Energy has the largest portfolio of deployed ESS in the marine industry.
Currently, Corvus Energy powers over 90% of deployed systems in the hybrid and electric commercial marine market and has the greatest breadth of experience in the sector.
Designed to provide rugged high power energy storage, Corvus systems are found in hybrid and fully electric powered offshore supply vessels, tugboats, and ferries. Corvus Energy systems are also in the process of being adopted in hybrid port cranes, electric light rail, hybrid trains, as well as in other applications.
As the only lithium battery purpose designed for the challenges of working in a heavy industrial environment, the Corvus solution is also the only one to carry DNV, Lloyd’s Register, and ABS Type Approval certification.
The Corvus Journey
Corvus Energy was the brain-child of nearly fifty years of combined history in the marine and battery industries.The company founders, who were ground breakers and patent holders in their respective fields, saw a vision of the future of industrial power, and came together to create a ruggedized lithium ion module for use in heavy industrial applications. Corvus Energy can meet all of your heavy power needs; we create viable alternative power supplies for hybrid and fully electric applications throughout the world.