Bioenergy Australia is holding a Brisbane Bioenergy Business Breakfast where they will present a session focussing on growing biofuels in Queensland. Source: Timberbiz
The line up offers updates from the Queensland Government, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Ecotech Biodiesel and project and funding updates from ARENA and CEFC.
This event is an opportunity to network and make connections in the sector in particular in relation to understanding the direction biofuels are taking in Queensland, as well as progress in the research and industrial sectors and in securing investment for bioenergy projects.
- Ian O’Hara, Centre for Tropical Crops and Biocommodities QUT – Opportunities for biofuels in Queensland
- Michael Burke, Biofutures, Queensland Department of State Development – Queensland Biofutures Strategy
- Doug Stuart, Ecotech Biodiesel – Why did Ecotech need a mandate?
- Matt Walden, ARENA – Bioenergy Investments at ARENA
- Henry Anning, CEFC – Overview of the CEFC’s financial support mechanisms for bioenergy.
Registrations are open and places are limited. Entry for Bioenergy Australia members is free non-members cost is $55. Event details and the registration link is at www.bioenergyaustralia.us5.list-manage.com/track/click?u=5b5da5290667c44272a2b0430&id=fa09f81075&e=41b1403a8e