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Diesel scrappage scheme – but what about the subsidised polluters?

June 14th, 2017|Viewpoints|

Professor Toby Peters, Professor in Cold Economy at the University of Birmingham, writes a guest blog for Global Action Plan about the subsidised refrigeration vehicles contributing to the air pollution in our cities. I am [...]

Dearman appoints senior leadership to boost international growth and commercialisation

June 5th, 2017|Dearman News|

Dearman, the clean cold technology company, has today announced the appointment of a Chief Executive Officer to drive the company’s commercial transformation in technology and innovation globally. Scott Mac Meekin, appointed as CEO and brings [...]

A cool route to Germany – Dearman’s business development manager Gabriel Millan-Lazaro discusses his recent successful trip to showcase the Dearman TRU

May 22nd, 2017|Viewpoints|

The European Commission is pursuing environmentally sustainable solutions in their strategy for heating and cooling, and it is very clearly identifying transport refrigeration as one of the long overlooked sources of pollution. Do you think [...]

Freezer trucks and fresh-air powered engines: the coolest things from Croydon since Kate Moss?

May 17th, 2017|Dearman in the News|

Engineering start-up Dearman's innovative new engine is powered by liquid nitrogen: it keeps frozen food trucks cold and massively reduces diesel pollution at the same time. Never mind Silicon Valley, Silicon Roundabout, or even Silicon [...]

Dearman: Government rightly highlights polluting transport refrigeration once again

May 5th, 2017|Dearman News|

With the Government today publishing its Clean Air Zone framework alongside the draft Air Quality Plan, Dearman has welcomed the framework’s recognition of the impact on Britain’s air quality of polluting transport refrigeration units. Commenting [...]

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