Dearman is a technology company delivering clean ‘cold and power’.

Dearman technologies uniquely harness liquid air to deliver zero-emission power and cooling.

Dearman is developing and demonstrating a portfolio of proprietary technologies, products and services, which deliver significant reductions in operating cost, fuel usage and emissions, all at low capital cost.

How society delivers clean and sustainable cold is a major issue, given the global challenges of food scarcity, changing demographics and growing energy demand.

Dearman, with its cutting-edge clean cold and power technologies, and world-class engineering expertise, is well-placed to make the world a cleaner and cooler place.

Latest Dearman News

Dearman picks up two awards at prestigious Innovate UK awards

  Dearman, the clean cold technology company, fought off competition from some of the UK’s most exciting innovators and cutting [...]

Joint UK-Malaysia project launched to develop ‘Next Generation Green Data Centres’

A joint UK and Malaysian consortium has been awarded a Newton Fund grant to develop the next generation of green [...]

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Dearman shortlisted for National Air Quality Award

Dearman, the clean cold technology company, has been shortlisted for a National Air Quality Award. Dearman’s zero-emission transport refrigeration system, [...]

Dearman heading to Parliament for awards ceremony

Dearman, the clean cold technology company, has fought off competition from across the country to be nominated for a prestigious [...]


Latest Viewpoints

HFC deal is far from ‘job done’ – Toby Peters

Last week’s global deal to phase out HFC refrigerant gases signed in Rwanda received a rapturous reception. Coming just ten [...]

A cool route to addressing global challenges

As experts gather in London to debate game-changing technologies in agriculture, Toby Peters suggests that clean cold is one of [...]

Uncertainty mustn’t de-rail progress on pollution – Toby Peters

It’s an unusual perspective, but recent high profile discoveries about the impact of diesel emissions have been good for our [...]

Skills and innovation: mind the gap – Michael Ayres

Not long ago, the Engineering and Technology Board published a figure estimating that in 2014, the engineering sector contributed 27% [...]

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