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Corvus Energy receives DNV-GL Type Approval for latest ESS products



October 5, 2017

Corvus Energy is pleased to announce that it has received Type Approval by DNV-GL for its Orca Energy energy storage system (ESS) for use in battery-powered or hybrid vessels and off-shore units.

DNV-GL approval confirms that the latest generation of ESS from Corvus Energy has been found in compliance with international standards, regulations and recognized DNV-GL rules. This approval also confirms the high quality and safety standards that Corvus has designed into Orca Energy.

The Orca Energy ESS was awarded Type Approval Certificate No. TAE000026N, which is valid to August 2022. Products approved by this certificate are accepted for installation on all vessels classed by DNV-GL. The approval certificate can be found here: https://approvalfinder.dnvgl.com/#approval/TAE000026N

"Corvus is pleased to receive Type Approval by DNV-GL for Orca Energy", says Neil Lang, COO of Corvus Energy. Adding, "Orca Energy was designed and built to exceed all industry standards and customer expectations. As a result, Orca has become the industry's number one choice for energy storage systems."

As the leading manufacturer of energy storage systems for maritime applications, Corvus continues to lead the industry with 90+ installations utilizing a Corvus ESS, now totaling over 50MWh and 1.5 million operating hours.

About Corvus Energy

Corvus Energy provides high power energy storage in the form of modular lithium ion battery systems. Its purpose-built, field-proven battery systems provide sustained power to hybrid and fully electric heavy industrial equipment, including large marine propulsion drives.

Media Contact:
Sean Puchalski
VP Strategic Marketing and Accounts
(604) 227-0280 ext. 123
spuchalski@corvusenergy.com

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Corvus Energy
www.corvusenergy.com

             

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