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Corvus, NAVTEK and BMA sign MoU on decarbonization


Norway’s energy storage company Corvus Energy, Turkish ship design and engineering company NAVTEK Naval Technologies and compatriot marine electrical system integrator BMA Technology have decided to strengthen ties in science and technology towards maritime sector decarbonization.

The three companies signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) at Nor-Shipping 2022 in Oslo in April.

The partnership will explore several areas for cooperation including research, innovation and commercialisation to develop innovative technologies regarding “onboard swappable energy sources for ships” aiming to contribute to the decarbonization of the maritime sector, a press release informed. In addition, the partnership aims to help progress the principles enshrined in the new EU Fit for 55 policies under the EU Green Deal to achieve zero-emission transport sector targets.