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Corvus Energy named “Supplier of the Year” for 4th consecutive year

By BCShippingNews 29 June 2018
Corvus Energy named “Supplier of the Year” for 4th consecutive year
Electric & Hybrid Marine Awards 2018 recognizes Corvus Energy, supplier of battery energy storage systems, for its contribution to the adoption of electric and hybrid technology

Corvus Energy is very pleased to announce that the company has been named Supplier of the Year at the prestigious Electric & Marine Awards 2018 in recognition of the company’s contribution to the adoption of electric and hybrid technology in the marine industry.

“It’s no coincidence that Corvus Energy has won this award for the fourth consecutive year,” says John Thornton, editor, Electric & Hybrid Marine Technology International / co-chairman, Electric & Hybrid Marine Awards. “The company continues to increase its year-on-year revenue and headcount, as well as expand its global reach through new facilities. The sheer number of projects utilising a Corvus-built energy storage system proves that they are one of the industry’s foremost suppliers.”

The awards presentation was held June 29 at the annual Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo 2018 in Amsterdam. The award was presented to Halvard Hauso, Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Corvus Energy on behalf of the company.

“We are humbled to receive this award again, and grateful for the well-deserved recognition of our extraordinary teams in engineering, operations, service and customer support,” says Hauso. “We are honoured to be able to work alongside some of the most dedicated and talented people in our industry at our system integration, customer, and research partner organizations. It is truly an exciting time to be part of the electric revolution in shipping.”

As the leading manufacturer of energy storage systems (ESS) for maritime applications, Corvus offers the innovative Orca ESS solutions portfolio and has unsurpassed experience from 140+ projects, totaling over 100MWh and two million operating hours.