Links and additional material
NAFI has collated a comprehensive catalogue of publications on bioenergy - download a spreadsheet of the catalogue here
There are some excellent web-based resources to assist in evaluating the potential for bioenergy to contribute to electricity generation while lowering greenhouse emissions and providing regional employment:
A guide to Fast Pyrolysis of Biomass for Fuels and Chemicals http://www.pyne.co.uk
ABARE long term outlook for
’s energy industries www.abareconomics.com
Australasian Emissions Trading Forum www.aetf.net.au
Australian Industry Group www.aigroup.asn.au
Australian Forestry Standard www.forestrystandard.org.au
The Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE) has produced a list of all renewable energy projects in
, including those currently under construction. These may be found at BCSE Renewable Energy Power Plant Register 2004 and BCSE Renewable Projects Under Construction
The BRS Bioenergy Atlas provides a useful resource to analyse the potential resource available. This can be found at Bioenergy Atlas
Biomass Fuels, Energy, Carbon, and Global Climate Change
Climate Change News www.panda.org
Commercially Available Biomass Power Technologies, Antares Group www.antaresgroupinc.com
E3 Renewable Energy Monitor www.e3monitor.com/renewable
Green Power Highlights www.greenpower.com.au
Growing Power: Advanced solutions for Bioenergy technology in
Gunnedah ethanol plant proposal http://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/prod/parlment/hansart.nsf/V3Key/LA20030626041
NSW Greenhouse Gas Abatement Scheme http://www.climateregistry.org/docs/EVENTS/Conference%202005/FowlerBO.pdf
National Green Power Accreditation Program www.greenpower.com.au
Pulp and paper: black liquor gasification http://europa.eu.int/comm/energy_transport/atlas/htmlu/ppblg.html
Sustainable Energy Authority
Victoria Greenhouse Strategy Supporting the development of renewable energy www.greenhouse.vic.gov.au
Stanwell Corporation Limited www.stanwell.com
Wood Biomass for Renewable Energy, Forest Products Laboratory (US) www.fpl.fs.fed.us
In addition, NAFI’s Bioenergy Project Manager has a significant library of resources to assist in evaluating the potential for bioenergy in
. For more information, contact NAFI on 02 6285 3833, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The full list of Information sheets and reports is as follows:
1: What is Wood Waste?
2: Forest and forest harvesting regulation in
3: The environmental benefits of using wood waste for renewable energy
4: How are forests and plantations managed in
5: What markets exist for renewable energy generated from wood waste?
6: How is sustainability defined and measured in the forest industry?
7: The nature and location of
’s wood waste resources
8: What is the Mandatory Renewable Energy Target?
9: Cost considerations in using wood waste to produce renewable energy
10: What technologies can be used to produce renewable energy from wood waste?
11: What are the commercial risks for renewable energy projects?
12: Efficient economies of scale for renewable energy generation facilities
13: Economic and social benefits of wood waste to produce renewable energy
14: International use of wood waste for renewable energy
15: How is the value of wood waste determined?
16: How much does it cost to produce electricity, biofuel or heating pellets from wood?
17: What can one tonne of wood waste produce?
18: Frequently asked questions on the use of wood waste to produce renewable energy
19: What are the energy management options available forest and timber industry?
20: Case studies in the use of wood waste to produce heat and power
21: What markets are available for the credits and electricity supplied from renewable energy projects?
Report 1 - Global and Australian initiatives and impediments to the production of renewable energy from wood in Australia
Report 2 - The potential for wood waste in a sustainable and competitive Australian renewable energy industry
Report 3 - Potential wood flows, technical and scale issues, and identification of sustainable management
Report 4 - Converting wood waste into renewable energy