Corvus Energy will attend the Electric and Hybrid Marine World Expo in Amsterdam

Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo, to be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from 23-25 June 2015, is dedicated solely to showcasing the very latest and next-generation electric and hybrid marine propulsion technologies, components and solutions.

Richmond B.C. - Corvus Energy is pleased to announce its participation at the Electric and Hybrid World Expo which showcases the very latest in next-generation electric and hybrid marine propulsion technologies, components and solutions to an audience of propulsion system designers, ship owners and operators, boat builders, engine manufacturers and naval architects.


Corvus will be showing its new state-of-the-art air-cooled and liquid-cooled lithium polymer Energy Storage Systems (ESS). Corvus has deployed over 25MWh of ESS in over 37 large marine propulsion systems providing increased operational efficiency and enhanced safety & redundancy with significant emissions reductions.

Corvus Energy is pleased to participate at the Exposition and Conference which focuses on cleaner, more efficient marine propulsion systems. Please visit Corvus Energy at E&H Marine World Expo, Amsterdam RAI, Hall 11, booth 7070.

About Corvus Energy
Corvus Energy provides high power energy storage in the form of modular lithium-ion battery systems. Its purpose built, field proven battery packs provide sustained power to hybrid and fully electric heavy industrial equipment including large marine propulsion systems.

For more information, please visit www.corvus-energy.com

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