Corvus Energy, a renowned provider of energy storage solutions for the maritime industry, has unveiled its extraordinary hydrogen fuel cell system, the prodigious outcome of the H2NOR research project. The ambitious H2NOR project, initiated in 2021 by Corvus Energy, Toyota, and other visionary partners, sought to expedite the development and production of sustainable and scalable hydrogen fuel cell systems tailored for the maritime domain.Bearing testament to two years of tireless innovation, the Corvus Pelican Fuel Cell system was triumphantly launched at the prestigious Nor-Shipping exhibition held in Norway earlier this week.This momentous introduction of the fuel cell system comes on the heels of the coveted Approval in Principle (AiP) bestowed upon it by the esteemed classification society, DNV, in 2022.Engineered with modularity and flexibility in mind, the Corvus Pelican Fuel Cell system can be seamlessly integrated anywhere onboard a vessel, assuring inherent gas safety, an indispensable attribute emphasized by Corvus Energy.Geir Bjørkeli, the erudite CEO of Corvus Energy, articulated, "Our solemn endeavor is to propel a clean future, and throughout the years, we have been pioneers across a multitude of vessel categories. Yet, the efficacy of batteries has its limits. To traverse emission-free horizons, embracing clean energy in an alternative format becomes indispensable. Our conviction rests unwaveringly in hydrogen as the quintessential choice for shorter and medium-distance routes, given its unparalleled energy efficiency. The revolutionary safety standards, coupled with the flexibility and modular design, shall herald a maritime power paradigm shift."This revolutionary product will be commercially available starting from 2024, thus instigating the expansion of Corvus factories devoted to the manufacturing of cutting-edge marine battery and fuel cell systems catered to diverse commercial marine vessels.