|Positioning brown coal for a brighter future|
|An update on Brown Coal Innovation Australia’s research and skills |
programs for environmentally responsible brown coal utilisation
|Emerging technologies offer Victoria the potential to transform Latrobe Valley brown coal into a wide range of environmentally responsible applications and products – including low- and zero-emissions power, hydrogen for export, carbon fibres and polymers, fertiliser and soil improvers, and upgraded coal for iron and steel manufacture.|
|Looking to the future, the Latrobe Valley could be host to a range of high-technology industries manufacturing value-added products from our valuable coal feedstock.|
Brown Coal Innovation Australia Ltd (BCIA) is supporting this change.
BCIA is an independent, not-for-profit company, established with government funding to co-invest in the development of technologies and people.
Over the past six years BCIA has supported investment in research and skills for environmentally responsible uses of coal, and has secured support and further investment from governments and nearly 50 local and international companies and research institutes.
|Come and hear how BCIA is funding research to drive the future of brown coal, and the possibilities for environmentally responsible coal use beyond the lifespan of the current power stations.|
|DATE & TIME|
|Tuesday, 14 February 2017|
5.15pm - 6.30pm
(entry from 4.45pm)
|Century Inn, Grande Promenade Room|
5 Airfield Road, Traralgon
(next to LRH)
To register email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (03) 9653 9601.
Light refreshments will be available following the forum.
|Entry is free, but RSVP is required|