Our work

We are committed to accelerating Australia’s bioeconomy. Our mission is to foster the bioenergy sector to generate jobs, secure investment, maximise the value of local resources, minimise waste and environmental impact, and develop and promote national bioenergy expertise into international markets.

Australia lags behind the world when it comes to bioenergy, and we aim to change that. We empower, share knowledge, and connect Australian bioenergy producers, investors, researchers, and users to make Australia’s bioeconomy world-class.


We Advocate

With our members, we anticipate and develop leading positions on issues of concern to the advancement and growth of bioenergy in Australia. Read more about our Submissions and Position Statements.

We Campaign

We raise the profile of the industry within the media and broader community to achieve a greater level of understanding about bioenergy and the vital role it must play to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. See our Media releases and News.

We Inform

We publish reports, webinars and articles to help our members keep ahead of industry trends and opportunities. We also manage the Biomass Producer website, an AgriFutures Australia resource showcasing Australian bioenergy projects, expertise, and identifying opportunities for primary producers.

We Connect

We facilitate knowledge exchange and networking for members through Business Breakfasts across Australia, our Annual Conference, and Webinars. We link investors with emerging businesses; researchers with technology developers; government with innovators. We also administer Australia's participation in IEA Bioenergy. Our new Industry groups initiative will bring together specialists in specific fields.


Be a part of Australia’s bioenergy future: Join Bioenergy Australia.



Bioenergy Australia membership reflects the diversity of the growing bioenergy industry in Australia. From small rural-based producers to companies listed in the ASX200, our members also include federal and state government departments and energy organisations, universities, and industry bodies and associations. Find out more about Our Members.



Download Bioenergy Australia's Annual Reports below:

2022-2023 Annual Report

2021-2022 Annual Report

2020-2021 Annual Report

2019-2020 Annual Report

2018-2019 Annual Report

2017-2018 Annual Report

2016-2017 Annual Report



We are an incorporated not-for-profit operating nationally. Find out more about the Management Team and Our Board


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