Professor Dr. Naim Kosaric, the BioMaxx Systems Chief Scientific Advisor will be presenting a paper at the conference with the subject of “Alternate Liquid and Gaseous Fuels Via Biotechnology.” The paper will outline Biomaxx Systems strategic developments in the fields of ethanol, bio-diesel and hydrogen.
Dr Stephen Schuck, Manager of Bioenergy Australia, is pleased to note “The ongoing membership of BioMaxx Systems Inc and its participation in the forthcoming conference, by providing a paper at the conference."
The Bioenergy Australia 2006 Conference – A Growth Opportunity for Energy and the Environment, will cover policies and programs, bio-energy projects and case studies, feedstock, bioelectricity, liquid fuels, bio-refining, waste to energy, gasification, and the overall promotion in technologies that reduce green house gas emissions. Bioenergy Australia is an alliance of government and private sector organizations with a shared interest in the development of sustainable energy and products from biomass.
BioMaxx Systems hopes to solidify business relationships with the forward thinking and environmentally responsible Australian government and private sector organizations during the Conference. The Bioenergy Conference is another example of how Australia has emerged is a global leader in the renewable energy sector.
About Bioenergy Australia
Bioenergy Australia was established in 1997 as a government industry forum to foster and facilitate the development of biomass to energy conversion, bio based product development and liquid fuels. Bioenergy Australia is concerned with all aspects of biomass and Bioenergy including the production, technical aspects and the commercial, economic, social, environmental, policy and market issues affecting the alternative fuels industry. The founding members of Bioenergy Australia include Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC) and the Australian Greenhouse Office (AGO) of the Australian Government’s Department of the Environment and Heritage, which manages the programs under the Australian Government’s $1.8 billion climate change strategy.
Bioenergy Australia currently has 50 member organizations, both from the private and government sectors. Bioenergy Australia has a wide spectrum of members and include; Alstrom Power Ltd. (Power generation, transportation and power service), Rio Tinto (mining and mineral exploration), Babcock and Brown (Financing firm), Stanwell Corp. (Government owned energy co.), Western Power Corp (Renewable Energy supplier), Collex, Ergon Energy and many more.
About Biomaxx Systems, Inc.
Biomaxx Systems (biomaxxsystems.com) is a biotechnology consulting company that focuses on the development of innovative technology solutions to address our dependence on fossil fuels. The company develops technologies to produce clean fuels such as Ethanol and Hydrogen and promotes clean, efficient alternatives that reduce harmful carbon dioxide emissions and Green House Gases.
Biomaxx Systems Inc. provides professional consulting services in the fields of biotechnology, bio-fuels, renewable energy and related specializations. Biomaxx will leverage the knowledge of our experienced professionals and consultants with distinct specializations in the key areas of biotechnology and bio-energy. Biomaxx Systems Inc. is a Canadian company with international reach, covering most global markets.
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