Project Description

Global peace energy

Hardanger a traditional district in the western part of Norway, is known as the cultural heart of the nation, in the same time it is battling a large urbanization problem. Young professionals move easily to bigger towns in search of work. In 2008 Ronald A. Westerhuis presented his ambition to create a landmark of at least 150 meter high. Ronald teamed up with Netherlands-based engineers company “De Grontmij”.

The sculpture “Global Peace Energy” contains three large pillars, each one of them 300 meters high. The pillars all connected, holding a 30-meter high polished stainless steel ball which represents the earth and will function as a conference center to develop educational consciousness about our planet and the possibilities of renewable energy. The sculpture is a tribute to the power and the natural beauty of the world in general and especially to the region of Hardanger.

The sculpture “Global Peace Energy” contains three large pillars, each one of them 300 meters high. The pillars all connected, holding a 30-meter high polished stainless steel ball which represents the earth and will function as a conference center to develop educational consciousness about our planet and the possibilities of renewable energy. The sculpture is a tribute to the power and the natural beauty of the world in general and especially to the region of Hardanger.

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