Australia’s Bioenergy Roadmap unveiled

Nov 22, 2021 | Biodigester

Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction Angus Taylor MP has unveiled Australia’s Bioenergy Roadmap.

The Bioenergy Roadmap reveals that by the start of the next decade, Australia’s bioenergy sector could contribute to around $10 billion in extra GDP per annum, create 26,200 new jobs, reduce emissions by about 9 per cent, divert an extra 6 per cent of waste from landfill, and enhance fuel security.

The Roadmap highlights the opportunities bioenergy offers for regional development. Many of the bioenergy feedstocks come from agricultural activities, such as sugarcane waste and the livestock industries. As a majority of these industries are regional, bioenergy investment will support long-term regional employment, provide additional revenue streams for farmers and ultimately national economic growth.

The roadmap is available for download by clicking here.

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