Dearman, the clean cold technology company, is playing a prominent role at the India-UK Tech Summit which begins in New Delhi today.
Toby Peters, the Chief Executive and Founder of Dearman, will feature on a panel to discuss the role that clean cold chain infrastructure can play in improving agricultural systems, reducing waste and delivering greater prosperity for farmers. He will also feature in a session to discuss the opportunities available to UK advanced engineering.
Delegates will be able to see a prototype Dearman Engine, which is on display in partnership with the Department for International Trade. The novel piston engine harnesses the expansion of liquid nitrogen to produce zero emission cold and power, and is central to Dearman’s technology portfolio.
Dearman technology is being used to develop a range of applications across transport, logistics and the built environment. In every application it can deliver significant reductions in harmful emissions compared to established diesel powered alternatives.
Discussing the event, Toby Peters said: “Dearman’s clean cold and power technology can have enormous impact around the world, but nowhere more so than in India. As people get richer so their demand for food, medicine and data is increasing, and these all requires cooling. Similarly, in order to increase prosperity for farmers, cold chain infrastructure across India will have to develop and become more widespread.
“Growing demand for cold in India can be met using existing diesel systems, but the environmental effects would be very significant in a country already suffering from urban air quality problems. Or cutting edge zero-emission technology, such the Dearman Engine, can provide a sustainable alternative. This presents Dearman with an opportunity to secure long term export sales and to create UK jobs, while heling India to address environmental and social challenges.”
The India-UK Tech Summit is hosted in New Delhi, begins on 7th November and runs until 9th November.