The system earlier received DNV approval.
Octopus can be installed in ships for projects starting at around 100 kWh up to 10 MWh. The system is available in high energy, high power, ‘lite’ and containerized versions.
First modules already delivered
EST-Floattech said the first modules have already been delivered to clients with new projects ongoing.
Lloyd's Register and Bureau Veritas witnessed the rigorous tests EST-Floattech conducted on the Octopus system and confirmed its safety and performance meets their standards.
'We are glad that our "safe by design" mentality has been recognized through this Lloyd's Register and Bureau Veritas type approval for maritime battery systems,' said Diederick Stam, CTO, EST-Floattech. 'This achievement reinforces our commitment to providing the safest and most reliable battery systems to the maritime industry.'