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Government’s Clean Air Strategy cites Dearman’s groundbreaking work

May 22nd, 2018|Viewpoints|

Environment Secretary Michael Gove today (22nd May) launched the Government’s major strategy to clean up Britain’s polluted air. The Clean Air Strategy also refers to Dearman’s innovative work to develop zero emission transport refrigeration, particularly [...]

Dearman welcomes Clean Air Strategy action on diesel machinery

May 22nd, 2018|Dearman News|

Clean tech experts Dearman have welcomed the government’s draft Clean Air Strategy launched today and the tougher action planned for diesel-powered machinery. The strategy also cites Dearman’s groundbreaking work to develop zero emission transport refrigeration [...]

Dearman backs minister’s call to “level the playing field” over red diesel use

May 16th, 2018|Dearman News|

Zero emission tech experts Dearman have backed Treasury minister Robert Jenrick, who has today called to “level the playing field” as he launches a consultation into red diesel use. Ministers are increasingly keen to tackle [...]

Dearman launch M&S partnership as retailer bids to cut CO2 emissions

May 3rd, 2018|Dearman News|

Clean cold specialists Dearman have launched a partnership with high street giant Marks & Spencer, as the retailer seeks to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from its chilled deliveries. Dearman’s groundbreaking, liquid nitrogen-powered engine [...]

Dearman partners with Unilever to conduct successful trial of groundbreaking technology

April 24th, 2018|Dearman News|

The Dearman Hubbard zero emission transport refrigeration unit (TRU) has been deployed on the European mainland for the first time. Partnered with Unilever, the trial successfully demonstrated the efficiency and positive environmental impact of the [...]

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