Marine

Corvus supplies shore stations with Orca Energy ESS

Some of Fjord1's electric ferries

Norway’s shore stations to be fitted with Orca Energy ESS to charge Fjord1 hybrid-electric ferries Corvus Energy’s Orca Energy ESS has been selected by Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) to supply the Energy Storage Systems (ESS) for the shore stations at Brekstad and Valset, Norway. Each shore station will have a …

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Kalmar equips Yara Birkeland with zero emission supply chain

Artist's impression of the Yara Birkeland

Yara and Kalmar agree to develop fully-digitalised cargo solution for Yara Birkeland Cargo handling supplier Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has entered into an agreement with Yara to deliver autonomous equipment, software and services for a fully digitalised container handling solution for the Yara Birkeland. “With this agreement, Yara Birkeland is …

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Corvus Energy secures EES contracts for five electric ferries

A Fjord1 ferry and battery pack

Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) selects Corvus energy storage for battery-powered Fjord1 ferries Corvus Energy will supply lithium ion (Li-ion) battery-based energy storage systems (ESSs) for two new all-electric ferries being built by Havyard for Norwegian ferry operator Fjord1. The ferries will operate on the Magerholm-Sykkylven route. This follows a previous …

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Canada contracts Cellula Robotics to improve AUV fuel cells

Cellula's Imotus-1 AUV

Cellula Robotics wins government R&D contract to develop a fuel cell enabling AUVs to long-range and long-duration missions The Government of Canada, has awarded a contract to Cellula Robotics to develop a fuel cell that will improve the ability for autonomous underwater vehicles to store sufficient energy to undertake long range and …

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Ballard fuel cells used in Yanmar boat test

Toyota PONAM-28V

30-kW Ballard fuel cells used in hybrid marine tests by Japanese research groups Ballard Power Systems announced that two of its FCveloCity-MD 30-kW modules have been successfully integrated and tested in a hybrid marine application by a Japanese consortium that includes Yanmar, National Maritime Research Institute and Japan Ship Technology …

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