Inventing the Holy Grail – energy storage to enable zero carbon living
Venue: University Centre, Harlow College Campus | City: Harlow, United Kingdom
Inventing the Holy Grail –
energy storage to enable zero carbon living
Wednesday 11 March 2020
Lecture Theatre, University Centre on the Harlow College Campus, CM20 3EZ
Doors open at 6.45pm for a start of 7.15pm
Tickets: Free to attend but please book via Eventbrite: HERE
Free refreshments will be available.
Harlow STEM talks:
These free talks are open to anyone who is interested in science and technology, providing an opportunity to explore different science and technology themes, starting with an informal presentation followed by a discussion around the topic.
Peter Dearman initially invented his Dearman engine in his garage in Bishop’s Stortford. This is a revolutionary low-carbon engine technology that can help solve the Holy Grail issue of storing energy cheaply and sustainably.
His solution is to use liquid nitrogen as an energy store, resulting in no NOx emissions, no particulates, and no mining for rare minerals.
These technologies are currently being commercialised for potential uses including powering vehicles, refrigerated transportation, and energy storage on grid scale.
Peter will be talking about some of his inventions and how they have been commercialised.
He will also be bringing along some working models to demonstrate.
Harlow STEAM talks are presented by Harlow Council in partnership with Public Health England and Harlow College.
Images: Dearman Engine Company Ltd – www.dearman.co.uk
- Wednesday, 11 March 2020 19:15 - 21:15