14.10 MEMBERSHIP

14.10 MEMBERSHIP

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MEMBERSHIP
BCIA Membership

As a member-based company, BCIA undertakes a range of programmes of interest to brown coal stakeholders including industry, research and education providers, governments and international coal technology organisations. Membership enables BCIA’s stakeholders to work with like-minded organisations to drive the future of the brown coal sector through active participation in our skills, networking and R&D programmes.

BCIA industry stakeholders encompass a broad range of sectors including coal-fired energy operators, original equipment manufacturers, coal license holders, companies involved in the conversion of brown coal to value-added products and services organisations operating in the brown coal sector. BCIA current members are as follows.

The Victorian Government is committed to providing an affordable, reliable and sustainable energy supply for Victorians and to foster the efficient and responsible operation of Victoria’s earth resource sectors.
For more information, visit
dsdbi.vic.gov.au

ANLEC R&D will invest over 150 million dollars to support the research and development and demonstration of low emissions coal technologies (LECT) for power generation. This focus is driven by the recognition that early projects must succeed for LECT to be accepted as a viable option in the portfolio of approaches required to achieve substantial global reductions in CO2 emissions while meeting growing energy demand.
For more information, visit
anlecrd.com.au

The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) is Australia's national science agency and one of the largest and most diverse research agencies in the world. CSIRO’s vision is to make a profound and positive impact for the future of Australia and humanity through delivering great science and innovative solutions for industry, society and the environment.
For more information, visit
csiro.au/energy

EnergyAustralia is one of Australia’s largest and most experienced energy companies with approximately $8 billion in energy assets and over 1,200 employees across Australia. EnergyAustralia serves over 2.75 million customer accounts Australia-wide and is a vertically integrated energy business, with a balanced mix of brown coal, black coal, gas and renewable generation.
For more information, visit
energyaustralia.com.au

Environmental Clean Technologies Limited (ECT) is in the business of commercialising leading-edge coal and iron-making technologies, which are capable of delivering both financial and environmental benefits. ECT’s mission is to reduce carbon emissions and environmental damage through investment and licensing of commercially practical, environmentally cleaner technologies.
For more information, visit
ectltd.com.au

Federation University Australia (FedUni) is the nation’s newest university, with its Churchill Campus on the doorstep of Victoria’s greatest brown coal assets. As a new university with a community focus we are committed to research into the responsible utilisation of brown coal in our region for the benefit of all stakeholders.
For more information, please visit
federation.edu.au
Greenpower Energy Limited (GPP) is a developer of processes which convert coal into fuels and chemicals. It also holds a portfolio of coal and hydrocarbon assets in Victoria and Western Australia, and is currently focussing on the development of a Coal to Liquids process (Oxidative Hydrothermal Dissolution ‘OHD’) which converts carbonaceous matter into useful low molecular weight organic chemicals; with zero greenhouse gas effect.
For more information, please visit
greenpowerenergy.com.au

HRL Technology provides expert consulting, analysis and testing services to the coal and other resources, energy, engineering and manufacturing industries. The company provides consulting services in energy and greenhouse, engineering and materials, plant and fuel evaluation, and also manages innovative engineering and construction projects.
For more information, visit
hrlt.com.au

Ignite Energy Resources Ltd (IER) is a diversified Australian resource company and a Demonstration Plant for the Cat HTR technology on the NSW central coast. The primary focus of IER is the development of a multi-billion-tonne lignite resource and is prospecting for a world-class biogenic coal bed methane resource.
For more information, visit
igniteer.com

Japan Coal Energy Centre (JCOAL) is the first international member of BCIA. The reciprocal membership arrangement between BCIA and JCOAL will enable linkages between Australian and Japanese researchers and industry and support opportunities for collaboration in low-emissions brown coal utilisation.
For more information, visit
jcoal.or.jp

Lignite Energy Council’s primary objective is to maintain a viable lignite coal industry and enhance development of America's lignite coal resources for use in generating electricity, synthetic natural gas and valuable by-products.
For more information, please visit
lignite.com

Monash University was established in Melbourne in 1958, and is Australia's most internationalised university. It has eight campuses including one in Malaysia and one in South Africa, and a centre in Prato, Italy. An energetic and dynamic university, Monash is committed to quality education and research.
For more information, please visit
monash.edu.au



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