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Corvus Ship Battery System Gains Maritime Approval

Three shipping industry bodies approve the use of Corvus' lithium-ion battery energy storage system for use in maritime applications.

Published: 30-Jun-2014

Corvus Energy has gained approval by DNV GL, Lloyd’s Register, and American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) for its Corvus Energy Storage System (ESS).

DNV GL, Lloyd’s Register and ABS assessed the AT6500 module according to the applicable international standards and specifications.

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