Cryogenic Energy Storage for Renewable Refrigeration and Power Supply

International Cold Chain Conference

Wednesday 15th April 2020 to Friday 17th April 2020

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Find out more about CryoHub technology with our papers and workshop at the next ICCC conference in Nantes France on 15th April at 15.30 to 17.30.  This free workshop is open to anyone attending the Sustainabilty and the Cold Chain Conference and will take place immediately before the welcome reception on day 1.

 

Draft programme

 

15.30-15.40 Welcome and opening

Didier Coulomb, Director General, Institute International du Froid/International Institute of Refrigeration

 

15.40-15.55 Introduction to CryoHub

Judith Evans, CryoHub Project Co-ordinator, London South Bank University, UK

 

15.55-16.10 Modelling of liquid air energy storage in refrigerated cold storage warehouses

Alan Foster, Research Fellow, London South Bank University, UK

 

16.10-16.25 Overview of CryoHub thermal storage technologies

Graciela Alvarez, INRAE, France

 

16.25-16.40  Energy management strategy to make CryoHub concept profitable

Gabriel García Naved or Marionel Estevez Cener, Spain

 

16.40-16.55 Energy mapping and co-locating of large refrigerated food warehouses with renewable energy resources throughout Europe.

Kostadin Fikiin, Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria

 

16.55-17.10 Overview of energy market supply and demand in France

 

17.10 -17.30 Final Questions and Close - Judith Evans

 

About the conference

 

ICCC is a biennial event supported by the International Institute of Refrigeration, previously held in in Cambridge (UK, 2010), Paris (France, 2013), London (UK, 2014), Auckland (New Zealand, 2016) and Beijing (China, 2018). It is recognized worldwide as a cutting-edge event regarding the cold chain which addresses the ever-increasing demand of knowledge-sharing in sectors like refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pumps. The conference attracts on average 180 researchers and scientists and brings together all cold chain stakeholders, will expose their lastest developments and key technology trends on food and  pharmaceuticals products throughout the old chain and as well as their other applications

 

The conference programme will focus on the following topics:

  • Food quality and food safety in the cold chain
  • Refrigeration and health
  • Energy efficiency in the cold chain
  • Storage, transport and logistics
  • Innovation in eco-design of equipment
  • Refrigerants of tomorrow and containment
  • Modelling and prediction tools for optimizing the cold chain
  • Innovative technologies in the cold chain
  • Innovation in domestic, commercial and distribution refrigeration

 

The CryoHub workshop will be on 15th April and will be free to attend for conference delegates.

More information here For more info: https://iccc2020.sciencesconf.org/

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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