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Corvus Energy to develop marine fuel cell systems

Corvus Energy to develop marine fuel cell systems

Energy storage company Corvus Energy will develop and produce sustainable, large-scale maritime-certified hydrogen fuel cell systems, with technology supplied by Toyota.

With €5.2m in funding, Corvus is spearheading a collaboration with Equinor, Norled and Willhelmsen, LMG Marin, the NCE Maritime CleanTech and University of South-Eastern Norway (USN) to develop and produce the PEM systems for the international marine market.

The consortium hopes to showcase its first marine fuel cell system onboard a vessel in 2023. It is hoped the product will then be marine certified and available for commercial delivery from 2024.

“Adding fuel cell modules to our product portfolio is a natural step for Corvus and advances our vision to be the leading supplier of zero emission marine solutions,” said Geir Bjørkeli, CEO of Corvus Energy.

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