Ruden nominated as one of the 5 finalists for the ONS Innovation Award!

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We are very excited to finally announce that we are one of the 5 finalists for the ONS Innovation awards in the SME category! 🤩🌟 We appreciate it very much to get this recognition for our HEAT concept on such a large and important platform. We are ready to continue our efforts in making the energy transition happen! 🔥

At ONS, you can learn more about our technology on the 29th of august during the technical sessions “Meet the Innovation Award finalists” from 14:00 to 16:00. The winner will be announced at the Innovation Awards ceremony on the 30th of August at 10:00 during the Session “The North Sea - the new frontier of energy transition?”.

You can read more about us and the other finalists here:

Meet the ONS Innovation Awards finalists! -

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