Battery research funding
Canadian energy storage major Corvus Energy has announced that it will receive funding of up to $6 million from the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program.
The funding is supporting a research and development project to create the next generation of energy storage and digitalization technologies for marine vessels.
The multi-year R&D project will be undertaken in Corvus Energy’s main research, engineering and product development centre in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada.
By Jake Frith
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