Corvus Energy and Toyota transition fuel cells from road to sea

Corvus Energy launched its gas-safe marine fuel cell product, the Corvus Pelican Fuel Cell System, at the recent NOR-Shipping exhibition in Norway.

The Corvus Pelican Fuel Cell system is the result of the H2NOR research project, that started in 2021, which was initiated by Corvus Energy, Toyota and other partners to fast-track the development and production of sustainable and scalable Maritime Hydrogen Fuel Cell Systems.

Using Toyota’s proven fuel cell technology, operational in more than 20,000 cars, and adding safety levels needed for marine, the Pelican FCS can be installed anywhere onboard a vessel.

The modular and flexible system is designed to be Inherently Gas Safe, meaning that the surrounding machinery space is considered gas safe under all conditions. This significantly reduces the requirements of safety support systems and ventilation, thereby enabling more efficient integration of the FCS inside the ship’s hull.

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