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Dearman takes groundbreaking zero-emission technology to CV Show

2018-04-11T16:24:19+00:00 April 9th, 2018|Dearman News|

Dearman will collaborate with Paneltex, one of Britain’s leading commercial vehicle bodybuilders, to demonstrate the high performance, zero-emission transport refrigeration unit that has been developed in a collaboration between the two companies. The Dearman system will be found on a Paneltex semi-trailer on the Paneltex stand 3A110 at the forthcoming [...]

Fleet operators can get ahead of the red diesel shake up that’s coming

2018-03-29T16:27:23+00:00 March 29th, 2018|Viewpoints|

One thing’s for certain: the need to tackle Britain’s air pollution is not an issue that’s going away any time soon. In addition to last year’s plan from ministers to reduce illegal levels of nitrogen oxide emissions, this Spring we are expecting a consultation to be launched on the government’s [...]

Dearman growth continues with creation of 40 new jobs

2018-03-26T13:24:57+00:00 March 23rd, 2018|Dearman News|

Zero emission tech innovators at Dearman are in the process of hiring up to 40 new staff as the company continues grow and it prepares for the roll-out of its award-winning liquid nitrogen technology. 10 staff have already been hired into roles across Dearman’s engineering teams to work on procurement, [...]

Treasury to look at how red diesel undercuts clean tech

2018-03-22T16:26:35+00:00 March 13th, 2018|Dearman News|

At his Spring Statement today, Chancellor Philip Hammond announced a call for evidence "on whether the use of non agricultural red diesel tax relief contributes to poor air quality in urban areas". The call for evidence announced at last year’s Spring Budget looked at how red diesel was being used [...]

Dearman: One year since review announced, action on red diesel still needed

2018-03-06T14:42:05+00:00 March 6th, 2018|Dearman News|

A year since Chancellor Philip Hammond announced a review into the extent of cheap red diesel used in urban areas, zero emission tech experts at Dearman say proposals urgently need to be brought forward. The call for evidence was announced in the Chancellor’s Spring Budget on 8th March 2017, and [...]

Court ruling strengthens case to review red diesel in urban areas

2018-02-22T08:52:05+00:00 February 22nd, 2018|Dearman News|

With government’s air quality plans ruled as inadequate in 33 local authority areas, clean cold specialists Dearman say looking again at red diesel can aid ministers in tackling urban air pollution. Chancellor Philip Hammond launched a consultation in his Spring Budget last March, seeking to gather evidence on the extent [...]

2018: A vital year for the UK government and air quality

2018-02-19T15:03:25+00:00 February 14th, 2018|Viewpoints|

Last week, Dearman was invited to attend an Air Quality Showcase event, held at the House of Commons and organised by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Air Pollution. The event was well-timed given all the policy currently being developed to reduce harmful levels of emissions across Britain. The showcase was [...]

Rushlight 2018: Going from liquid nitrogen to liquid air

2018-02-01T09:32:21+00:00 January 31st, 2018|Dearman News|

Evangelos Malliaras, Engineering Project Manager Last Thursday saw the annual Rushlight Show held at the Royal Geographical Society, in South Kensington, and we were delighted to exhibit and give a presentation on Dearman's pioneering work to develop an engine powered by liquid air, in addition to our engine powered by [...]

Dearman featured in Foreign Office patents campaign

2018-01-18T12:28:48+00:00 January 18th, 2018|Dearman in the News|

Great for Imagination Official GREAT Britain campaign. Celebrating 400 years of inventions since the grant of British patent number one. An engine that cools rather than heats? This is the remarkable principle behind Peter Dearman’s liquid nitrogen engine patent. Having left school at 15, Peter began his first engineering job [...]

Hauliers face £100 charge to enter central Leeds under clean air zone proposals

2017-12-07T14:43:19+00:00 December 7th, 2017|Dearman in the News|

Leeds City Council has published its consultation plans for a category B clean air zone (CAZ) in the city centre, which will require HGVs to be Euro-6 to enter its central area or pay a £100 charge. The CAZ will come into force in 2020 and will cover all roads [...]