Cryogenic Energy Storage for Renewable Refrigeration and Power Supply

CryoHub is an EU-funded project to develop and investigate the potential of large scale cryogenic energy storage at refrigerated warehouses and food factories.

The innovative CryoHub technology is based on storing renewable energy as a cryogenic liquid - which in the case of this project is liquid air.  This cryogen 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. Read more.

Developing cryogenic energy storage at refrigerated warehouses. 

An interactive hub integrating renewable energy in industrial food refrigeration and enhancing power grid sustainability.

Latest news

CryoHub team visit Dohmeyer site

5 Feb 2020

The team met with Dohmeyer to discuss the demonstrator build in February

CryoHub team will be at the International Cold Chain Conference

5 Nov 2019

You are invited to attend our workshop explaining the concept of CryoHub and how it could be applied.

BRIDGE releases new report

23 Jul 2019

The organisation has released on new report on data management.

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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