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Ruden Energy

Ruden Energy provides clean, geothermal heating and cooling, and energy storage.

The LEAT concept delivers heating and cooling to buildings and infrastructure in a smarter and more efficient way than traditional well systems. HEAT and iHEAT enable the storage of waste heat or storage of energy from renewable sources.



Ruden Energy is the only supplier that delivers such concepts in Norway, based on their knowledge and experience of hydrogeology and applied technology. We have projects running from the greater Oslo area to Tromsø, and have the ambition to expand outside of Norway.

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Ruden wins the ONS Innovation Award 2022

Ruden has been awarded the ONS Innovation Award for their HEAT technology, at the ONS Conference in Stavanger 2022.

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

Ruden is nomated as one of the 5 finalists for the ONS Innovation Award with their HEAT concept. The winner of the award will be announced at the ONS conference in Stavanger, the 30th of August.

Økern Portal

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

Kvitebjørn

'Prakteksempel': Subsurface storage of Kvitebjørns waste heat

Kvitebjørn Varme in Tromsø received NOK 91 million from Enova to fulfill the desire to supply the whole of Tromsøya with district heating. Ruden Energy plays a central part of the solution, developing heat storage in 300m deep wells, that allow heat produced in the summer to be utilized on the coldest days of the year.