Dearman Engine: Liquid Air is the New Energy Source

The Dearman Engine Company, makers of the Dearman Engine, based in London, UK, is now making zero emission engines through the use of liquid nitrogen.

The invention is a breakthrough in every sense: it is a revolutionary step in helping reduce our environmental footprint; and it will save companies billions of dollars in fuel costs.

This is an eco-friendly substitute to fossil fuels. And since the liquid air is kept at a temperature of about minus 200 degrees Celsius, it also provides air conditioning – at no cost of course.

The brainchild behind the invention is Peter Dearman. A passionate engineer and one who understands the long-term negative implications that fossil fuel vehicles have on our environment, he recently got to work in his garage, testing out liquid air and discovered it works effectively and powers vehicles in an environmentally safe manner.

According to a report that was just released by the Liquid Air Energy Network in the UK, liquid air-powered engines on 36,000 trucks would save more than 1-billion liters of diesel fuel, and well over 1-million metric tons of carbon dioxide.

The Dearman Engine: Liquid Air is the New Energy SourceThe Dearman Engine: Liquid Air is the New Energy Source

But wait, the news gets even better.

Liquid air engines will be a $1-billion industry and which will create more than 22,000 new jobs, which is good news for the UK economy, one that is also slowly recovering from the ‘2008 Great Recession.’

While commercial trucks will be the first to use the Dearman Engine, buses and vehicles will soon also adopt this new liquid air technology.



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