Australia's biofuel industry has the potential to add more than 8000 jobs and $1 billion a year in revenue to the economy despite being neglected for more than a decade.
|Biofuels in Australia are mainly made from food processing waste.|
Queensland University of Technology economists have outlined how Australia could lift its energy security by increasing the levels of locally-produced biofuels and bioproducts. The first step was to grow our bioethanol and other biofuel industries, lead author Ian O’Hara said.
Read Cole Latimer’s story from The Age - “Biofuel the forgotten renewable energy, report says.”