Dearman in the News 2017-05-22T16:47:19+00:00

Dearman in the News

Autocar, ‘Jaguar Land Rover and McLaren get clean engine tech grant’

September 30th, 2016|Dearman in the News|

Jaguar Land Rover and McLaren have been awarded part of an £84 million fund to develop new low-carbon propulsion technology. The grants from the Advanced Propulsion Centre will fund the development of next-generation low-carbon vehicles [...]

The Guardian, ‘100 countries push to phase out potentially disastrous greenhouse gas’

September 28th, 2016|Dearman in the News|

A loose coalition of more than 100 countries, including the US and European nations, is pushing for an early phase-out of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), a powerful greenhouse gas that if left unchecked is set to add [...]

Ingenia, ‘Innovation Watch: Delivering clean power and cold’

September 28th, 2016|Dearman in the News|

Global technology company Dearman has developed a family of engines that uses liquid air to deliver zero-emission power and cooling, with Sainsbury’s becoming the first company in the world to introduce a refrigerated delivery truck [...]

Business Green, ‘Clean cold technology awarded £6m in government grant funding’

September 28th, 2016|Dearman in the News|

Consortium led by ‘clean cold’ specialist Dearman wins funding to further develop zero emission refrigeration engine Clean cold specialist Dearman has won £6m in government grant funding to support the development of its zero-emission engine [...]

2 Degrees, ‘Sainsbury’s begin trialing world’s first delivery truck cooled by liquid nitrogen’

July 27th, 2016|Dearman in the News|

2 DegreesUK supermarket Sainsbury’s is to begin trialing the world’s first refrigerated delivery truck cooled by a liquid nitrogen powered engine. Supplied by cooling technology specialists, Dearman, and its partners, the zero-emission cooling unit replaces the traditional diesel [...]

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