Cryogenic Energy Storage for Renewable Refrigeration and Power Supply

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This first CryoHub Workshop will provide information about the European project and to share innovative concepts & developments related to the potential for large scale cryogenic energy storage at refrigerated warehouses and food factories.


The workshop is open to anyone with an interest in energy storage, cryogenics and innovation in sustainable refrigerated warehousing and food production.  The afternoon event will be hosted by IRSTEA Research Unit in Antony Paris on 27th September 2017.




14:00 Welcome & Introduction by Judith Evans, London South Bank University (UK) Project co-ordinator

14:20 The potential for CryoHub in Europe. Kostadin Fikiin, Technical University of Sofia (Bulgaria) and Paola Manzuchelli, EUREC (Belgium)

14:40 What are the benefits of CryoHub ? Liz Varga, Cranfield University (UK)

15:00 What will the CryoHub system look like - modelling and design by Daniele Negro, London South Bank University (UK)

15:20 How will a CryoHub system fit into future business and political models? Carole  Bond, Carbon Data Resources Ltd. (UK) & Jonathan Radcliffe, University of Birmingham (UK)         

16:00 CryoHub: Viewpoint from the cryogenic industry. Mohammed Youbi-Idrissi, Air Liquide (France)

16:20 Frigologix (invited)

16:40 Renewable Energies: State of the art and the future

17:00  French Energy Policy; a gradual transition. Stephan Silvestre, Paris Business School (France)   

17:20 End of the Workshop



Address: Irstea, Galilee room,1 rue Pierre Gilles  de Gennes, CS 10030 Antony, France 

Date: 27 September 2017

Time: 2pm 



To book your place either email Graciela Alvarez or book online -



This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No 691761.

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