We make our planet’s energy available for local needs.
Through cutting-edge technology, and working in balance with nature, we harness the Earth’s inner heat to deliver energy that is stable, local, and independent. We make use of our planet’s existing energy for truly local needs:
We deliver complete heating systems through the use of the inexhaustible source of energy that is stored beneath our feet. We find future-oriented solutions that match our commitment to deliver our customers an everlasting source of clean energy.
Our solutions offer energy production that is independent and local, and which leads to significant cost reductions compared to infrastructure and distribution networks. Low operational costs and independence from variations in weather conditions and fuel costs make it easier to predict future energy costs. During operation, there are no emissions into the air, water or soil, and the plants operate 24/7 with an expected lifetime of 50+ years.
We heat sports arenas, parking facilities, sidewalks, industrial buildings, hospitals, office buildings, hotels, malls, and residential buildings. We also provide heating, cooling and power to airports, large industry, district heating systems, and combined heating and power (’CHP’) producers, and many more.
Our systems are modular and can be designed and expanded to meet the changing energy requirements of different energy users as they grow.
Electricity is a high-quality form of energy, but it is still widely used to produce heat at low temperatures, including the heating of external surfaces in winter. In many cases, this heat could be replaced by the direct use of heat from deep inside the Earth: a local, renewable energy source that has minimal environmental impact.
No renewable energy solution can produce a stable output 24/7 and at predictable future energy costs – none, except deep energy wells. The challenges caused by climate change have led to increased demand for energy that is renewable and kind to the environment. The challenge with most renewable alternatives is their dependency on weather conditions and fuel prices, in addition to logistical challenges of transporting fuel and waste.
Until now, the issue with energy wells was that well depths of 200 – 400 meters required a lot of space for larger installations, especially in densely-populated areas where land costs are high, and shallow well depths saw temperatures that were too low for producing power.
We have come up with the answer to these challenges.
With our solutions the need for areal space is reduced to a bare minimum and we believe that our energy wells will be a leading application in the heating and combined heat and power market.
Jan Edin Evensen
- More than 30 years of technical and senior management experience from the upstream oil and gas industry
- Experience with major exploration activities in the North Sea, together with significant oil and gas development projects internationally, both offshore and onshore
Chairman of the Board
- Has 10 years of experience in Norsk Hydro ASA
- Founder, Chairman and CEO of PGS
- Headed the restructuring of Selmer Sande AS
- Raised over USD ~3.5bn in equity / bonds / project financing
- Over 20 years of capital markets experience
- Former Head of Real Estate for a publicly listed asset manager with over USD10bn in assets under management
- CEO & CIO of a private global asset manager, responsible for USD 8bn in assets under management
- Investor, investment and business adviser in corporate- and property transactions and developments
- Wide experience from several financial institutions in London, including DNB and SEB
- Extensive transaction experience and is ranked as one of Norway’s leading experts in maritime law by Chambers and Partners and Legal 500
- Works with business law consultancy, with emphasis on offshore, asset management and private equity, banking and finance
Per Arne Myklebost
- More than 35 years of senior management experience from business development, labour unions and finance/investments
- Several senior positions for more than 20 years at Norsk Hydro AS, including CFO of its oil & gas department
Lars Christian Beitnes
- Investor, investment and business adviser, founder, chairman and sole owner of Aston Group, an international corporate and management services group based in 7 countries
- Wide experience from several early stage companies
We offer international opportunities in thermal energy, drilling services, project management, support, and administration.
When you join Rock Energy it’s just the beginning. At Rock Energy we pride ourselves on the breadth of opportunities for career development across all areas of our business and operations.
We know that our people are key to achieving our goals through a diverse and outstanding workforce. Our aim is to recruit and retain the best talent by providing an environment that challenges, encourages, and supports growth.
We recruit from all areas of expertise and actively seek to help our employees diversify and develop their individual expertise.
Any current vacancies will be listed on this website or you can email us with an open application for any future opportunities. We look forward to hearing from you.
Please email us at email@example.com
Net Trading Group aquires geothermal firm Rock Energy
19 March 2021
Enhanced LOI with Faroe Islands utility
Rock Energy has signed an enhanced letter of intent with a Faroe Islands based utility company to make a bid to offer energy to the growing Faroese market
Isolated in the North Atlantic Ocean, the Faroe Islands need to be self-sufficient in terms of electricity generation as the Faroese electrical grid is not interconnected to any neighbouring countries
The political goal is to replace around 230,000 MWh currently produced using heavy oil
The challenge in the Faroes is that solar is insignificant and wind cannot provide sufficient reliable energy to the grid. The only base load source of significance is heavy fuel oil. Rock Energy’s energy wells could decrease the dependence on heavy fuel oil for power in the Faroe Islands by providing renewable base load energy
Surface heating plant at the National Police Emergency Response Center in Norway
Direct heating of the ground at the helipads
Energy plant consisting of four energy wells at 750 meters depth
Production commenced in March 2019 and the four wells have been in operation since the 2019/20 winter season
Surface heating plant at Oslo Airport Gardermoen
Direct heating of the ground at the engine test area
Energy plant consisting of two energy wells at 1500 meters depth
Production commenced on 30 October 2018 and the two wells have been in operation since the 2018/19 winter season
OSL Airport Gardermoen already requesting more plants – 30+ more Energy Wells for de-icing of the outside areas surrounding the airport gates, de-icing of the runways and general heating of their building portfolio