Corvus Energy, a Richmond-based energy storage company, has been named as a finalist for a BC Technology Industry Award (BC TIA) in the Excellence in Global Export category.
The award is given to companies that demonstrate success in exporting B.C.-developed technology to the world, according to BC TIA.
“It is truly an honour to be included amongst this impressive group of finalists,” said Geir Bjørkeli, CEO of Corvus Energy.
Corvus makes power source systems that provides energy for marine, oil and gas, subsea and port industries. They provide a continuous energy source for heavy industrial equipment including engines for large ships.
Bjørkeli added their team of professionals in Richmond have “propelled Corvus Energy to its current leadership position” and deserves the recognition for their work.
Sean Puchalski, executive vice-president of strategy and business planning at Corvus Energy, said it is “rewarding to be recognized by the association for the contribution that Corvus Energy makes to B.C.’s economy, technology expertise and environmental stewardship.”