An EU-funded project developing and investigating the potential for large-scale cryogenic energy storage at refrigerated warehouses and food factories will hold a free webinar to share findings and results of this work in March.
CryoHub is based on storing renewable energy as a cryogenic liquid, which is then boiled at very low temperatures to generate electricity for on-site use or feeding the power grid during peak demand periods.
The cooling effect of boiling the cryogen is employed to refrigerate industrial facilities.
The webinar on 17th March will feature talks from the CryoHub team of universities, companies and associations involved, and will explore the potential for use of renewable energies, how supply can be matched to demand for refrigerated warehousing in the EU, the development of control strategies and components such as heat exchanger, as well as advanced modelling of the design and operational results.
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