Bioenergy denotes the use of organic material (biomass) as a source of energy for power (or electricity) generation and direct source heat applications in all energy sectors including domestic, commercial and industrial purposes as well as the production of liquid fuels for transport.
Australia’s potential bioenergy resources are huge. There are under-utilised resources in crop residues, plantation and forest residues and waste streams.
Biofuels are liquid fuels, produced by chemical conversion processes that result in the production of ethanol and biodiesel.
Renewal energy sources make coal obsolete. Australia has been slow to realise and capitalise on its natural resources for renewable fuel sources. Future power is renewable and our united voices to Government will force policy away from nuclear and coal powered power, to clean, green, renewables.