South Australia's South-East has long been identified as a region with considerable potential for bioenergy schemes - that is: schemes that use waste sources like crop residues, green waste, animal manure etc to create electricity, heat and high quality biofertilisers that benefit agricultural production.

  • The attached mapping work was carried out a few years ago by Zero Waste SA.
  • In early 2015, Renewables SA commissioned Jacobs Group (Australia) Ltd to undertake targeted research and the initial stages of development of a ‘roadmap’ to identify and support viable opportunities to further develop the bio-energy industry in SA.  Download a copy of their report here.

AuthorRay Dennis