Ruden Energy and Kvitebjørn Varme win the Urban Energy Innovation price.

During the Fjernvarmedagene, a conference for the district heating community of Norway, Ruden Energy and partner Kvitebjørn Varme won the Innovation Price.

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During the Fjernvarmedagene (7-8 Nov 2022), a conference for the district heating community of Norway, Ruden Energy and partner Kvitebjørn Varme won the Innovation Price. Ruden and Kvitebjørn Varme presented the HEAT concept, the technology for seasonal storage of waste heat which is currently being developed at the site of Kvitebjørn Varme in Tromsø.

We are very proud for the acknowledgement of the innovative value of the HEAT concept, especially at this platform!

About the Fjernvarmedagene

About the Fjernvarmedagene

At the Fjernvarmedagene - Urban Energy - uring the Fjernvarmedagene - Urban Energy - everything is discussed from the big picture with the energy crisis and intense price debate, to new solutions for waterborne heat and district heating.

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