Dearman, the clean cold technology company, will feature heavily at the International Festival of Business 2016 being held in Liverpool.
A ground breaking Dearman Engine, which uses the expansion of liquid nitrogen to produce zero emission cold and power, will be on display as part of an exhibition hosted by the Advanced Propulsion Centre. The unique engine technology has been selected as an example of UK world-class low carbon technology, which has the potential to deliver significant environmental benefits and global exports.
Discussing the opportunity, Toby Peters, Founder and CEO of Dearman said: “There is an urgent need to address climate change and simultaneously improve air quality. The UK has a global reputation for innovation and technology development and this creativity is now increasingly being channelled into developing clean alternatives to fossil fuels. Dearman is proud to be representing the emerging low-carbon sector, which has the potential to make a positive environmental impact, while generating substantial exports and high quality jobs.”
Dearman is developing a suite of clean cold and power technologies which provide high performance, high efficiency and cost effective alternatives to diesel. At the heart of the technology portfolio is the ground breaking Dearman Engine – a piston that is powered by the expansion of liquid nitrogen, rather than polluting fossil fuels.
The engine supports an emerging range of products, including a high performance, zero-emission alternative to polluting diesel powered transport refrigeration units. It will also provide an alternative to diesel back up gen-sets, a hybrid propulsion system to improve the efficiency of buses and trucks, and a power unit to provide air conditioning and electricity for buses.
Dearman technology will be on display at events during the International Festival of Business, which is coordinated by UKTI, and runs from the 13th of June to the 1st of July 2016.
The development of Dearman technology has been supported by the UK Government, including Innovate UK and the Advanced Propulsion Centre.
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Ben Heatley, Head of Corporate Communications, Dearman
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