Dearman, the clean cold technology company, will exhibit its zero-emission transport refrigeration technology at the 2017 Low Carbon Vehicle Show, to be held on September 6-7 at the Millbrook Proving Ground, near Milton Keynes.
The LCV Show is run by Cenex, the UK's first centre of excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies.
The show includes technology exhibitions, seminars, and ‘ride and drive’ of the latest commercially available vehicles.
Last year’s LCV Show was attended by more than 3,000 visitors and 200 exhibitors.
The Dearman engine will feature in two exhibitions at the show: Innovate UK’s exhibit on technologies it has helped fund over the past 10 years and on a joint stand with the Advanced Propulsion Centre and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council.
Dearman is developing a range of highly-efficient zero-emission cold and power technologies which utilise liquid nitrogen engines.
The first such technology to come to market is a clean transport refrigeration system, which has had previous trials with Sainsbury’s and with MIRA, as well as Loughborough University and Air Products.
David Sanders, commercial director at Dearman, said: “We look forward to being at this year’s LCV Show.
"This is a major industry event for clean technologies and Dearman will proudly exhibit our engine for the thousands of visitors attending the show.
"We also look forward to working with our colleagues at Innovate UK, the Advanced Propulsion Centre and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council.
"We all have a shared agenda in developing clean technologies and this event is a chance to further promote that.”