Explore the words cloud of the CryoHub project. It provides you a very rough idea of what is the project "CryoHub" about.
The following table provides information about the project.
LONDON SOUTH BANK UNIVERSITY LBG
|Coordinator Country||United Kingdom [UK]|
|Total cost||8˙269˙770 €|
|EC max contribution||7˙045˙594 € (85%)|
1. H2020-EU.3.3. (SOCIETAL CHALLENGES - Secure, clean and efficient energy)
|Duration (year-month-day)||from 2016-04-01 to 2020-09-30|
Take a look of project's partnership.
|1||LONDON SOUTH BANK UNIVERSITY LBG||UK (LONDON)||coordinator||2˙364˙410.00|
|2||DOHMEYER CONSTRUCTION SPOLKA Z ORGANICZONA ODPOWIEDZIALNOSCIA||PL (MIELEC)||participant||1˙760˙574.00|
|3||L AIR LIQUIDE SA||FR (PARIS 07)||participant||591˙457.00|
|4||INSTITUT NATIONAL DE RECHERCHE POUR L'AGRICULTURE, L'ALIMENTATION ET L'ENVIRONNEMENT||FR (PARIS CEDEX 07)||participant||521˙250.00|
|5||FUNDACION CENER||ES (SARRIGUREN)||participant||411˙625.00|
|6||TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF SOFIA||BG (SOFIA)||participant||380˙000.00|
|7||THE UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM||UK (BIRMINGHAM)||participant||187˙388.00|
|8||CARBON DATA RESOURCES LTD||UK (BRIXHAM)||participant||157˙034.00|
|9||INSTITUT INTERNATIONAL DU FROID||FR (PARIS)||participant||121˙250.00|
|10||PSUTEC SPRL||BE (FERRIERES)||participant||104˙336.00|
|11||INSTITUTE OF REFRIGERATION||UK (CARSLHALTON)||participant||102˙393.00|
|12||CRANFIELD UNIVERSITY||UK (CRANFIELD - BEDFORDSHIRE)||participant||100˙863.00|
|13||EUREC EESV||BE (BRUXELLES)||participant||95˙375.00|
|15||TPG DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY LIMITED||UK (FARNBOROUGH)||participant||67˙494.00|
|16||NV MAYEKAWA EUROPE SA||BE (ZAVENTEM)||participant||7˙860.00|
|17||INSTITUT NATIONAL DE RECHERCHE EN SCIENCES ET TECHNOLOGIES POUR L'ENVIRONNEMENT ET L'AGRICULTURE||FR (ANTONY CEDEX)||participant||0.00|
|18||ITP NV||BE (ZAVENTEM)||participant||0.00|
The CryoHub innovation project will investigate and extend the potential of large-scale Cryogenic Energy Storage (CES) and will apply the stored energy for both cooling and energy generation. By employing Renewable Energy Sources (RES) to liquefy and store cryogens, CryoHub will balance the power grid, while meeting the cooling demand of a refrigerated food warehouse and recovering the waste heat from its equipment and components. The intermittent supply is a major obstacle to the RES power market. In reality, RES are fickle forces, prone to over-producing when demand is low and failing to meet requirements when demand peaks. Europe is about to generate 20% of its required energy from RES by 2020, so that the proper RES integration poses continent-wide challenges. The Cryogenic Energy Storage (CES), and particularly the Liquid Air Energy Storage (LAES), is a promising technology enabling on-site storage of RES energy during periods of high generation and its use at peak grid demand. Thus, CES acts as Grid Energy Storage (GES), where cryogen is boiled to drive a turbine and to restore electricity to the grid. To date, CES applications have been rather limited by the poor round trip efficiency (ratio between energies spent for and retrieved from energy storage) due to unrecovered energy losses. The CryoHub project is therefore designed to maximise the CES efficiency by recovering energy from cooling and heating in a perfect RES-driven cycle of cryogen liquefaction, storage, distribution and efficient use. Refrigerated warehouses for chilled and frozen food commodities are large electricity consumers, possess powerful installed capacities for cooling and heating and waste substantial amounts of heat. Such facilities provide the ideal industrial environment to advance and demonstrate the LAES benefits. CryoHub will thus resolve most of the above-mentioned problems at one go, thereby paving the way for broader market prospects for CES-based technologies across Europe.
|Academic article on the potential of CryoHub solution for grid balancing||Documents, reports||2020-04-23 21:27:38|
|Analysis of when and where integration of the technology would be most valuable for business and at the energy system level||Documents, reports||2020-04-23 21:27:38|
|Energy profile report for EU member states||Documents, reports||2020-04-23 21:27:38|
|Report on the barriers to uptake of renewable and low carbon technologies||Documents, reports||2020-04-23 21:27:38|
|Report of the potential benefits of CryoHub for grid balancing||Documents, reports||2020-04-23 21:27:38|
|CryoHub Risks Register Template||Documents, reports||2020-04-23 21:27:38|
|Report on RES mapping||Documents, reports||2020-04-23 21:27:38|
|CryoHub Quality Manual||Documents, reports||2020-04-23 21:27:38|
|Report on potential opportunities for Cryohub in Europe||Documents, reports||2020-04-23 21:27:38|
|Project branding and identity||Other||2020-04-23 21:27:38|
|Project website||Other||2020-04-23 21:27:38|
|Report on refrigerated food facility mapping||Documents, reports||2020-04-23 21:27:38|
Take a look to the deliverables list in detail: detailed list of CryoHub deliverables.
|year||authors and title||journal||last update|
Yukun Hu, Anurag Tewari, Liz Varga, Hailong Li, Jinyue Yan
System dynamics of oxyfuel power plants with liquid oxygen energy storage
published pages: 3727-3733, ISSN: 1876-6102, DOI: 10.1016/j.egypro.2017.12.268
|Energy Procedia 142||2020-04-23|
Daniel Murrant, Jonathan Radcliffe
Analysis of when and where the integration of LAES with refrigerated warehouses could provide the greatest value to Europe
published pages: 144-149, ISSN: 1876-6102, DOI: 10.1016/j.egypro.2018.09.039
|Energy Procedia 151||2020-04-23|
Kostadin Fikiin, Borislav Stankov, Judith Evans, Graeme Maidment, Alan Foster, Tim Brown, Jonathan Radcliffe, Mohammed Youbi-Idrissi, Adrian Alford, Liz Varga, Graciela Alvarez, Ivan Evg. Ivanov, Carole Bond, Ina Colombo, Gabriel Garcia-Naveda, Ivaylo Ivanov, Kazuhiro Hattori, Daisuke Umeki, Tsvetan Bojkov, Nikola Kaloyanov
Refrigerated warehouses as intelligent hubs to integrate renewable energy in industrial food refrigeration and to enhance power grid sustainability
published pages: 96-103, ISSN: 0924-2244, DOI: 10.1016/j.tifs.2016.11.011
|Trends in Food Science & Technology 60||2020-04-23|
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