Time the UK woke up to Cold Economy – Toby Peters

July 31st, 2015|Viewpoints|

A recent article in Time Magazine suggested that most truly world-changing innovations are only obvious in hindsight. That’s entirely true. The internet has revolutionised our lives to such a degree that business, entertainment, healthcare and even government will never be the same again. Yet even once the internet was well [...]

Quartz, ‘Our obsession with staying cool is warming up the planet’

July 31st, 2015|Dearman in the News|

Quartz The modern world is cold. From air conditioning to temperature-controlled pharmaceuticals production to data center cooling to the vast global “cold chain” of refrigerated food transportation and storage, the ability to create low temperatures at will has become a hallmark of advanced societies. And the demand for cold is [...]

Automotive Testing Technology International, ‘Q&A: Nick Owen, CTO, Dearman’

July 31st, 2015|Dearman in the News|

Automotive Testing Technology International In a preview of an article to appear in the forthcoming September issue of ATTI, Dearman Engine Company’s chief technology officer, Nick Owen, reveals the details behind the testing of its zero-emissions engine at the company’s new dedicated liquid air R&D facility. Having spent 25 years [...]

Change is in the air – Laura Gilmore

July 30th, 2015|Viewpoints|

Five years ago, I shared a lift with the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson. It would appear that Boris is not one for uncomfortable silences, so he started talking to me about jogging. I told him I was concerned about jogging in London because of poor air quality, and he [...]

Process Engineering, ‘Power of Cold’

July 30th, 2015|Dearman in the News|

Process Engineering Diesel generators – or gensets – have long been the choice for backup power in emergencies, particularly among companies running critical operations within industry. Electricity is vital to remaining operational. Lighting, ventilation, heating and cooling systems, and the ever-growing range of technologies on which we rely, all need [...]

Dearman shortlisted for LowCVP Low Carbon Champions Award

July 29th, 2015|Dearman News|

Dearman’s zero-emission transport refrigeration system has been shortlisted for the 2015 Award for Low Carbon Innovation by an SME. The Dearman transport refrigeration system is based on the Dearman engine, which is powered by the rapid expansion of liquid nitrogen to deliver highly efficient and cost-effective zero-emission power and cooling. [...]

Dearman supports sustainable urbanisation mission to Malaysia

July 28th, 2015|Dearman News|

Dearman will be putting sustainable cooling at the heart of discussions about urbanisation this week, as part of an Innovate UK-MiGHT organised visit to Malaysia. Coinciding with the British Prime Minister David Cameron’s trade mission to South East Asia, the aim of the visit is to establish research, innovation and [...]

Mayor of London recognises potential emissions impact of auxiliary engines

July 27th, 2015|Dearman News|

The Mayor of London has, for the first time, recognised the disproportionately harmful impact that transport refrigeration units and other auxiliary engines are having on London’s air quality. In response to a Mayoral question he stated that:  “diesel powered auxiliary engines … can emit pollution at a higher rate than [...]

Fridgehub, ‘Boris to consider impact of refrigerated trucks on London’s air quality’

July 23rd, 2015|Dearman in the News|

Fridgehub UK:  London Mayor, Boris Johnson has indicated that the impact of auxiliary engines could be included in future air quality monitoring in London. This will be the first time that harmful emissions from secondary vehicle engines, such as on refrigerated trucks, will be measured and reported by a UK [...]

Mayor of London to consider impact of auxiliary engines on air quality for the first time

July 23rd, 2015|Dearman News|

The Mayor has indicated that the impact of auxiliary engines could be included in future air quality monitoring in London. This will be the first time that harmful emissions from secondary vehicle engines, such as on refrigerated trucks, will be measured and reported by a UK governmental body. The news [...]