Corvus solution picked for SEACOR PSV retrofits; North Korea sanctions target shipping

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Corvus solution picked for SEACOR PSV retrofits
February 26, 2018 — Richmond, B.C., based Corvus Energy says that it has been selected by SEACOR Marine and Kongsberg Maritime as the supplier of lithium ion-based energy storage systems (ESS) for four platform supply vessels (PSVs) being retrofitted with a start-of-the-art hybrid power system.

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