Extreme conditions and uncompromised reliability are key factors for energy storage systems at subsea levels. Energy storage meeting these requirements is scarce, but Corvus Energy storage systems have managed to do so.
We have developed two different energy storage systems (ESS) especially designed for subsea conditions, which may assist energy demanding processes by tailoring them towards their specific needs.
Corvus Moray Energy (currently unavailable) is ideal for applications where high energy density combined with low discharge rates is required. This may be exemplified by long-term power supply with very low self-discharge which may be ideal for fully electric remote operated vessels (ROVs).
Corvus Moray Power (currently unavailable) is designed to be used in situations where regeneration of energy may be expected. This may be considered ideal for active heave compensations, buffer stations or high-power devices like blowout preventers (BOPs).
Utilizing Corvus ESSs may reduce cable cross section to subsea installations and be used as power backup for increased availability. In addition, it is a modular system making it highly flexible, easily installable and by utilizing a dynamic master-slave topology ensures a high availability.