Ruden Energy awarded research grant from the Norwegian Research Council





Ruden AS Geo Solutions has been awarded a research grant through the EnergiX program “Innovation Projects for the Industrial Sector and Commercialisation Projects” from the Research Council of Norway. Our research project “Digitalization of multi-reservoir geothermal systems for optimal control of heat production, storage and peak-load management” will be carried out with our research partner SINTEF Digital from 2020 - 2022.

Our research will support scaling of our green energy solutions and supports the main objective of the ENERGIX program.

The ENERGIX programme will promote the long-term, sustainable development of the energy system to enhance the competitiveness of Norwegian trade and industry and facilitate the transition to a low-emission society

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