Dearman successful at inaugural Business Green Technology Awards

2017-07-05T11:32:54+00:00 November 30th, 2015|Awards, Dearman News|

Dearman was recognised in two categories at the influential Business Green Technology Awards on Friday. The company was awarded ‘Highly Commended’ in the Breakthrough Technology category and Toby Peters, Dearman’s Chief Executive, won the Innovator of the Year award. Commenting on the success, Michael Ayres, Deputy Chief Executive, Dearman, said: [...]

Innovate UK, ‘Green technology awards: innovators win recognition for success’

2017-07-05T11:33:38+00:00 November 30th, 2015|Awards, Dearman in the News|

Innovate UK Businesses supported by Innovate UK won almost half the awards at this year's BusinessGreen Technology Awards. Eight businesses supported by Innovate UK won awards for their cleantech innovations at this year’s BusinessGreen Technology Awards. Winners included Professor Toby Peters, chief executive of Dearman, who was named innovator of [...]

Next generation Dearman transport refrigeration system begins on-vehicle testing

2017-10-03T11:03:42+00:00 November 27th, 2015|Dearman News|

Dearman’s latest, Generation 2, zero-emission transport refrigeration system has begun on-vehicle testing. The system is powered by an innovative, liquid nitrogen Dearman engine, which replaces the standard diesel engine.  As a result, the Dearman system is zero-emission, producing no harmful NOx or particulates, and it helps to significantly reduce CO2 [...]

Dearman responds to announcement of funding for Energy Research Accelerator and changes to funding for technology development

2017-05-22T16:47:25+00:00 November 25th, 2015|Dearman News|

Dearman, the clean cold technology company has responded to the Government’s Autumn Statement and the outcome of the Comprehensive Spending Review. Discussing the outcome, Toby Peters, Chief Executive of Dearman said: “It is essential that as a country we continue to support innovation and back innovators. They are the lifeblood of [...]

Transport News Brief, ‘UK consortium developing liquid nitrogen hybrid bus’

2017-01-10T16:20:48+00:00 November 19th, 2015|Dearman in the News|

Transport News Brief A consortium of UK companies is developing a hybrid bus powered by liquid nitrogen and diesel. It aims to provide a cost-effective transport solution with a substantially reduced carbon footprint. The project, named CE Power, is co-ordinated by Innovate UK and is funded by the Department for [...]

Transport Engineer, ‘Cool innovations’

2017-05-22T16:47:25+00:00 November 11th, 2015|Dearman in the News|

Transport Engineer With the government under pressure to reduce harmful emissions, including from commercial transport, it’s likely that refrigeration systems will come under the microscope. Brian Tinham reports. Refrigerated trucks are significant hidden polluters, contributing to thousands of deaths and costing taxpayers across Europe some €2 billion a year, rising [...]

Dearman employees to become STEMNET Ambassadors

2017-05-22T16:47:25+00:00 November 10th, 2015|Dearman News|

Employees of Dearman, the clean cold technology company, are working with STEMNET (the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Network) to become STEM Ambassadors. This forms part of Dearman’s commitment, not only to create innovative zero-emission technologies, but also to create economic benefit and opportunity. The company employs a significant number [...]

Energy World, ‘The road to doing cold smarter’

2017-01-10T16:20:48+00:00 November 9th, 2015|Dearman in the News|

Energy World Diesel powered transport refrigeration units are a big contributor to road-based pollution. Here, Toby Peters puts forward an alternative approach to cooling on the move that could drastically cut emissions. Click here to read the full article

Stuttgarter Nachrichten, ‘Kühl-Lastwagen verpesten die Luft’

2017-05-22T16:47:25+00:00 November 6th, 2015|Dearman in the News|

Stuttgarter Nachrichten Bis 2021 sollen in Stuttgart EU-weit gültige Schadstoffgrenzwerte eingehalten werden. Eine Quelle für Feinstaub und Stickstoffdioxid ist bisher kaum im Blick: Kühllaster. Ein britisches Unternehmen will sie sauberer machen. Stuttgart - Um die strafbewehrten Grenzwerte der EU endlich einzuhalten werden in der Landeshauptstadt diverse Stellschrauben angezogen. So sollen [...]

Interview: an introduction to liquid nitrogen – Nick Owen

2017-05-22T16:47:25+00:00 November 5th, 2015|Viewpoints|

When we think about fuel, we generally think about something that burns – wood, coal, diesel. Since the age of steam, and later the advent of the internal combustion engine, power has come from heat. So, it may seem counterintuitive to say that power can be extracted from a liquid [...]