Yesterday’s Energy Futures seminar on biomass and biofuels is now available – listen to the PODCAST
Presentations are also available as individual podcasts here.
The third seminar in the Energy Futures series “Biomass and Biofuels” was held last evening at the University of Adelaide. The three guest speakers were: A/Prof. Peter Ashman (School of Chemical Engineering, UofA), Dr David Lewis (School of Chemical Engineering, UofA) and Gerald Barker (SQC).
This seminar explored the feedstocks and processes that are commonly used to produce biofuels and to convert biomass into useful energy. It examined the opportunities for biomass and biofuels in a carbon-constrained world and the challenges that must be overcome. The seminar highlighted specific work at the University of Adelaide for the production of biofuels from marine microalgae and gave an industry perspective of this work.
This seminar series is being hosted by the Centre for Energy Technology and the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences. Click here to view the programme.