New Office in Houston Texas, US
Approval in Principle for Inherently gas safe Fuel Cell System
The Corvus Energy Hydrogen Fuel Cell System developed through the H2NOR project received Approval in Principle (AiP) by DNV in March 2022 for its groundbreaking safety solution enabling simplified placement of the system inside a ship’s hull. This is the first fuel cell system (FCS) designed to be inherently gas safe meaning that the surrounding machinery space will be considered gas safe under all conditions. This design significantly reduces the number of requirements for the safety and ventilation support systems, thereby enabling a more efficient integration onboard the ship
New Office in Fosvavåg, Norway
New sales Office in Florida, US
JV with Sumitomo Corporation
Entered into a Joint Venture with fortune 500 company Sumitomo Corporation to promote Corvus Energy products in Asia
Launch of fuel cell development project
Launch of marine fuel cell development with technology from the world-leading fuel cell provider Toyota.
Branch office opened outside Ålesund, Norway
Corvus Energy opened a branch office in Søvik, outside of Ålesund, Norway
Corvus Energy receives first order for Blue Marlin lithium-ion capacitor from Kawasaki Heavy Industries
First order for lithium-Ion Capacitor developed for Kawasaki Heavy Industries
New fully automated factory to be built in Norway
Shell Ventures invests in Corvus Energy
Shell Ventures invests in Corvus Energy as a strategic step to the decarbonization of offshore operations.
Launch of groundbreaking new battery for cruise ships and Ro-Pax – Corvus Blue Whale
Corvus Energy launches as a new battery specialized for vessels in need of high amounts of energy.
Corporate office is moved from Vancouver, Canada to Bergen, Norway
Corvus Energy acquires batterysupplier Grenland Energy AS
First Hybrid fast ferry
Corvus Energy delivers batteries for the world’s first hybrid fast ferry.
World's first DP3 vessel with energy storage
Corvus Energy delivered energy storage system for the world’s first subsea construction vessel using ESS for DP3 operations.
Geir Bjorkeli takes over as CEO of Corvus Energy
Geir Bjørkeli takes over as CEO in Corvus Energy and starts on a rapid journey to growth.
Office is opened in Seattle
Corvus Energy opens up office in Seattle, USA to serve the American market
Corvus Energy opens a new office in Singapore
Corvus Energy opens up office in Singapore to serve the APAC area.
Global aluminum and industry giant, Norsk Hydro, takes over 25,9% of the shares in Corvus Energy
Norwegian aluminum supplier Hydro invests in Corvus Energy. Hydro purchased 25.9% of the shares in Corvus Energy which is jointly held by BW Group, Statoil Technology Invest and investors affiliated with El Cuervo Holdings Limited Partnership
Corvus powers world's first hybrid fish factory vessel
Corvus Energy supplies ESS to the Norwegian Gannet, the world’s first hybrid fish processing and transportation vessel. The Orca Energy ESS from Corvus supplies electrical power to the vessels’ propulsion system to enable environmentally-friendly and lower cost operations.
ESS contract for delivery to the first hybrid chemical tanker
Corvus Energy supplies ESS for the world’s first hybrid chemical tanker being built for Rederiet Stenersen AS of Norway.
Boeing Echo Voyager – world's first long-range autonomous underwater vehicle
Delivery of ESS for The Boeing Echo Voyager, an unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) which can operate autonomously at sea for months at a time.
Orca ESS – First maritime ESS with single cell TR isolation
First true maritime battery with passive thermal runaway isolation at cell level was launched by Corvus Energy.
Corvus deliver ESS to TESO for the ferry Texelstroom – the world's greenest Ro-Pax
When launched, Texelstroom was the world’s greenest Ro-Pax ferry and the first vessel to utilize a CNG battery solar configuration.
Statoil – now Equinor – invests in Corvus Energy
Statoil Technology Invest – now Equinor – makes a strategic investment in Corvus Energy.
Karoline – World's first hybrid fishing vessel
Corvus Energy delivered batteries for the first hybrid fishing vessel, Karoline, in collaboration with Selfa Arctic and Siemens. The small, one-of-a-kind vessel is equipped with two battery packs that have a total capacity of 195 kWh, as well as a 500-litre diesel engine, which together power the boat for a full day of fishing in the Norwegian Sea.
Delivery of ESS for the famous car ferry Ampere – World's first all-electric car ferry
Corvus Energy supplies the battery system for the world’s first all-electric ferry, Ampere. Since then the ferry has travelled a distance equal to 7 times around the world. Operating cost is reduced by 60% and emissions by 95% compared to a traditional diesel ferry.
Corvus Energy opens office in Bergen, Norway
Corvus Energy experiences a rapid growth between 2013 and 2015 and sees the need for an office in Europe as that is where the main customers are. Halvard Hauso is hired and starts up the office in Bergen.
Energy dense pack for Echo Ranger UUV – First time lithium ion batteries are used for subsea applications.
Echo Ranger is used for persistent intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance missions. Echo Ranger has an endurance of up to 28 hours and can dive to depths of 3000 m.
BW Group - BW ventures decide to invest in green technology and invests in Corvus Energy.
Global shipping company BW invests in Corvus Energy.
First delivery of ESS for port cranes
After having success in maritime applications Corvus Energy were introduced to ZPMC to make hybrid port cranes.
Prinsesse Benedikte – World's first 1000+ passenger Hybrid Ferry – 2,6MWh ESS
Delivery of Energy Storage System for Prinsesse Benedikte, a ferry retrofitted in Copenhagen in May 2013. The vessel is owned by Scandlines and sails the Puttgarden–Rødby route together with five other battery hybrid ferries.
Delivery of ESS for Viking Lady – First OSV to validate batteries.
Delivery of Energy Storage system to Eidesvik, making Viking Lady the world’s first hybrid Offshore Support Vessel.
Industrial Electrical Vehicles. Commercial trucking for Peterbilt and Kenworth.
The very first marine installation - Hybrid Tug Campbell Foss for Foss Maritime
First maritime ESS AT6500 is developed by Corvus Energy
AT6500 was the first maritime battery to be launched. The challenge was to create a battery that was scalable to several sizes and rugged enough to survive in marine applications.
Price/kwh is too high to make it scalable and adoption is slow.
Corvus Energy is founded in Vancouver, Canada
The meeting between a battery expert who had been working in automotive industry and a naval architect that had been trying to make hybrid ships with lead acid batteries became the start of Corvus Energy. They saw the opportunity to make high quality batteries for maritime applications. The first office was in a garage in the area of Richmond, BC.