PBES Announces DNV GL Type Approval
PBES energy storage system meets safety and quality standards for use in commercial marine applications
PBES and DNV GL today announced DNV GL Type Approval of the PBES energy storage system for use in commercial marine, offshore oil & gas and renewable energy applications.
DNV GL is the world’s leading classification society and technical advisor to the global marine, oil & gas and industry renewable energy sectors. The type approval of the PBES system opens global marine markets by providing PBES’ customers with security in knowledge that their vessel will meet class standards.
“PBES celebrates the certification of our systems to this highest standard,” said Brent Perry, PBES Chief Executive Officer.
“Global reach and dominant position in classification across multiple markets make DNV GL the most important validation PBES can receive.”
“We would like to congratulate PBES Norway on this achievement,” said Sverre Eriksen, DNV GL – Maritime. “It was a great pleasure to work with PBES during the approval process and going forward their customers can be confident that the PEBS storage system has been tested to meet strict safety and reliability standards.”
The PBES energy storage system has been designed to the highest standards of performance, safety and sustainability. Featuring PBES’ patented CellCool cell level liquid cooling, ThermalStop anti-propagation barrier, E-Vent gas venting system and CellSwap battery re-coring, it is designed to seamlessly integrate with all types of power generation in a variety of commercial and industrial applications.
About DNV GL – Maritime
DNV GL is the world’s leading classification society and a recognized advisor for the maritime industry. It enhances safety, quality, energy efficiency and environmental performance of the global shipping industry – across all vessel types and offshore structures. DNV GL invests heavily in research and development to find solutions, together with the industry, that address strategic, operational or regulatory challenges.