'Da brønnparken kollapset, fant ingeniørene en langt bedre energi-løsning for Økern Portal'

Økern Portal

This article describes how it was planned to provide the energy needs of the Økern Portal building in Oslo with 21 boreholes to 500m depth. During drilling it appeared to be very difficult to drill to these depths and Ruden Energy assisted in finding an alternative and smarter solution. Read about the collaboration of Ruden at the Økern Portal project in this article of Teknisk Ukeblad here (membership required).

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