Fresh recognition for Dearman11 November 2016
Dearman, the clean cold technology company, has won a prize at the National Air Quality Awards, held yesterday (10 November) at the QEII Centre, in London.
Dearman’s zero-emission transport refrigeration system, developed in partnership with Hubbard Products and Air Products, took top spot in the category for innovation in air quality.
Toby Peters (pictured), Dearman’s founder and CEO, says: “The Dearman system can provide a high efficiency, cost effective and zero-emission alternative [to diesel] and we are very pleased that the potential of the technology has already been recognised by these respected awards. There are lots of exciting air quality innovations being developed at the moment, and we faced stiff competition, but we very proud to have been successful.”
The Dearman Engine uses the expansion of liquid nitrogen to provide zero-emission power and cooling. It is being developed for use in applications across transport, logistics and the built environment.
The most advanced, currently, is its transport refrigeration system, which is undergoing operational trials, delivering refrigerated food to stores across London.
Conventional diesel transport refrigeration systems can emit up to 29 times as much PM and six times as much NOx as a modern truck engine. The Dearman alternative emits no NOx, no PM, and offers long-term CO2 savings.
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