Australian Renewable Fuels Week

The aim of Australian Renewable Fuels Week is to foster the renewable liquid fuels and renewable gas sectors to support decarbonisation of Australia’s hard to abate sectors, generate jobs and regional economic development and enhance energy security.

March renewable fuels week

Australian Renewable Fuels Week

Bioenergy Australia is proud to be bringing Australian Renewable Fuels Week to Canberra

Renewable Fuels Meets Federal Parliament networking reception will launch Australian Renewable Fuels Week on March 18, as well as celebrate our year-long Renewable Fuels Meets Parliament advocacy work.

Then, a two-day conference on March 19 and 20 at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, will bring thought leaders, decision-makers, and researchers together to examine the key opportunities and challenges of the industry.

The sold-out Australian Renewable Fuels Week 2023 conference was an overwhelming success with 50 international and domestic speakers bringing their unique perspectives on driving forward the Australian renewable fuels sector to over 500 participants.

This year’s conference will showcase ways to accelerate the decarbonisation of Australia’s hard to abate sectors.

The conference is taking place over 2 key days:

Tuesday 19 March

Conference Day 1 – Sustainable Aviation Fuel and Renewable Liquid Fuels
Venue: The National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Session times: 8.30am – 5.00pm
Registration: From 8.00am

Global Sustainable Aviation Fuel deployment and acceleration

Hear from a range of speakers on global policies, regulations and legislation enabling Sustainable Aviation Fuel to take off around the world.

Sustainable Aviation Fuel projects and demonstrations

A deep dive into the most recent projects and demonstrations that show a clear path forward for Sustainable Aviation Fuel in Australia.

Decarbonising diesel-reliant industries

Hard to abate sectors including mining, transport, agriculture, construction and marine are reliant on liquid fuels to 2050 and beyond. What are leading companies doing to support the move to renewable liquid fuels? What is needed for Australia to reach its emissions reductions targets in these sectors?

Government enabling a domestic renewable fuel industry

How are state and federal governments supporting the emerging Australian renewable fuels industry and providing reassurance for emerging projects, development and investment?

Wednesday 20 March

Conference Day 2 – Feedstock and Renewable Gas
Venue: The National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Session times: 9.00am – 5.00pm
Registration: From 8.00am

Australia’s feedstock opportunity

Australia has an agricultural sector with the waste capabilities to meet the growing demand for renewable feedstocks, how can we overcome the challenges to capitalise on this resource?

Global deployment of renewable gas

Hear about the global deployment of renewable gas and the vital role biomethane will play in Australia’s energy transition.

Enabling domestic deployment of biomethane

Real change is on the horizon for renewable gas, hear from a range of government speakers about how they are supporting industry through funding and policy changes.

The essential role of a domestic biomethane industry

A showcase of hard to abate sectors who will remain reliant on gas in the medium to long term and are pushing for a renewable alternative to natural gas.

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