Bioenergy Australia Conference - ADELAIDE 2014
Australia’s premier bioenergy conference, Bioenergy Australia 2014, was held at the Stamford Grand Adelaide, from 1 - 2 December, with a technical tour on 3 December.
The program covered a range of current policy issues and programs, projects and project development case studies and emerging opportunities.
The conference considered the many facets of bioenergy, including having some 100+ presentations on:
- Biomass resources and supply aspects
- Conventional and advanced liquid biofuels
- Algae and other future feedstocks
- Pyrolysis and bio-char
- Anaerobic digestion and livestock wastes
- Heat and power
- Overarching aspects of bioenergy, such as policies, finance and investment, life cycle emissions and sustainability
Download the FINAL PROGRAM HERE. The conference was attended by almost 200 delegates and included a trade exhibition and technical posters and include a tour to bioenergy facilities in the region.
Bioenergy Australia facilitated a one day tour of bioenergy facilties in the Adelaide area. See details of the BA Conference 2014 Tour Program for more details of the sites visted.
CONFERENCE POSTER COMPETITION
The 2014 Conference Poster Winner is Megan Hawley from Flinders University.
Megan (pictured right) took home the $500 prize for her Poster Presentation entitled, 'Aerobic Treatment as an Enabling Technology for Algal Biomass Production'. Well done Megan!
The 2014 Conference Presentations and Posters are available on the Conference DVD and Brochure.
Order a copy of the DVD by completing this order form. Contact The Association Specialists (TAS) with any queries. The Conference Brochure available for $99 on request to TAS.
The Association Specialists - Phone: 02 9431 8600 and Email : email@example.com.
- Conference Media Release 20 November 2014
- Biogas Recovery a focus at upcoming Bioenergy Conference, ecogeneration 27 November 2014
- CEFC and ARENA show their support for bioenergy, Ethical Investor, 18 December 2014
- Bioenergy Conference delves into Waste Inefficiencies, Stock Journal
- Biofuels Producers Warn of Excise Hit, Adelaide Observer