Bioenergy represents an important potential end use for residues generated from primary production and from dedicated biomass crops. Our work is strongly focused on understanding feedstock potential and availability for a range of bioenergy uses, with the overarching aim to reduce waste from primary industries and assist with carbon neutrality goals. For more detailed information about some of our research on bioenergy visit our Biomass for Bioenergy Project.

Within the Biomass for Bioenergy Project, we have developed an interactive spatial tool called NSW BioSMART to enable users to determine the potential for using biomass in NSW for a range of applications.

For more information on biomass and bioenergy research that we have carried out, please access our publications on similar topics.