BCIA Membership Leverages Commitment to a Sustainable Future for Brown Coal

As a member-based company, BCIA undertakes a range of programs of interest to brown coal stakeholders including industry, research and education providers, governments and international coal technology organisations.

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.

We have developed a comprehensive membership benefits program that is tailored to the interests of each member organisation and, by pooling membership funds, our members can access programs of considerable scale – up to 10 times the value of their annual membership fee – including:

• commissioned research reports including intelligence gathering and in-depth analysis of global activities and R&D

• access to research reports and the ability to inform and identify focus areas for BCIA sponsored PhD projects

• access to seminars and published reports on BCIA’s extensive research program including development and demonstration projects

• access to wide-ranging expertise in government, industry and R&D

• participation in BCIA’s skills development activities, international linkages and networks and community forums

• recognition of each member organisation’s commitment to a low-emissions future for brown coal.

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 programs.

For more information about BCIA membership, visit the
membership section of our website.

BCIA has updated our membership programs for 2012. Our current members include: