5 George Street
Heyfield VIC 3858
Discover Gippsland’s renewable fuel potential at an exciting bioenergy forum on June 18-19.
Hear how Gippslanders are generating power from food-waste; heating greenhouses with bioenergy, using biochar to boost soil health and exploring fuel from forest residues.
Meet the small Victorian town that is pioneering biomass for heating. Interstate speakers will explain how other regional communities can develop bioenergy projects.
The first-day forum is at timber-town Heyfield (only 2.5 hours from Melbourne) and the second day offers a first-ever visit to bioenergy installations in Latrobe and Wellington Shires including visits to biogas power generation and woody biomass thermal bioenergy facilities in Morwell, Maryvale and Yarragon.
Organised by the Victorian Bioenergy Network and Agribusiness Gippsland, with support from Regional Development Australia Gippsland, Sustainability Victoria, Latrobe City and Wellington Shire councils.
Day One forum: $150, including lunch, morning and afternoon tea (50% discount for students).
Dinner: 7pm, June 18 (three courses – venue TBC): $70
Day Two tour: $80, including lunch, morning and afternoon tea
(50% discount for students).
Accommodation: Information will be provided when you register.