BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA--(Marketwired - Jul 17, 2013) - Taking place in Brisbane, Queensland, September 23-25 at the Hilton Hotel, The OnSite Energy Conference & Trade Show gathers stakeholders of the solar, wind, biomass, algae, anaerobic digestion and biofuels industries in a strategic two-day event designed to carve a path forward for clean energy on a micro level. The conference will contain comprehensive presentations from 20+ industry experts, who will present and discuss the latest onsite energy technologies, successful projects and new ideas that will inspire and help companies and communities take charge of their own energy future.
"We are excited to be delivering OnSite Energy's content to Brisbane. To date, Australia's focus has primarily been on large renewable energy projects that often have difficulty getting funded and take years to develop," says John Hocken, Owner and CEO of Waste2 Power. "OnSite Energy brings renewable energy production from the macro level to the micro level and creates a stronger economy, a cleaner environment and greater energy security for Australia."
The agenda, which is now available online, is focused on those charged with the task of helping ensure the business, industry or community they are responsible for is doing its part to be energy sustainable, environmentally responsible and cost competitive. The agenda will highlight the latest micro energy technologies, address public policy opportunities and work towards creating a path forward for more aggressive OnSite Energy initiatives.
The scheduled Keynote Speakers include: Hon Minister McArdle Qld., Minister of Energy & Water, Terry Effeney, Chief Executive Officer of Energex and Ian McLeod, Chief Executive of Ergon Energy.
Topics to be discussed include:
- Applying Renewable Energy to Communities and Facilities
- Environmental Public Policy
- Onsite Wind, Solar, Algae Biodiesel, Anaerobic Digestion
- Energy Storage
- And more
To view online agenda visit: www.OnSiteEnergyConference.com.au
About BBI Biofuels Australia:
BBI Biofuels Australia is based in the western Brisbane suburb of Ormiston. Its founder, Michael Bryan, was one of the pioneers of the ethanol industry in the United States. Now as a permanent resident of Australia he brings his expertise of nearly 30 years to help build the Australian biofuels industry.
In addition to the OnSite Energy Conference & Trade Show, Mike helps produces globally recognised bioenergy events and trade publications. The largest and longest-running ethanol conference in the world -- The International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo and the International Biomass Conference & Expo, are just two of those events.