RP1.2-04 Integrated model for bio-methane injection in gas networks
This project builds on the framework developed in RP1.2-03 and aims to develop and apply an integrated model for the techno-economic viability assessment of bio-methane projects in Australia.
The model would be robust and easy-to-use; and would benefit both industry end-users examining the viability of a potential site and policy makers exploring the effect of different incentives on the development of the bio-gas industry in Australia.
Update: 2 July 2022
Future Fuels CRC researcher Sam Culley from the University of Adelaide shared the latest insights from their techno-economic assessment of the viability of biomethane production for bioenergy hub locations across Australia at a Future Fuels CRC webinar:
The research report is available for download and sharing here:
Download Report: Where are the most viable locations for bioenergy hubs across Australia
Many thanks also to our expert industry panel:
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|Commencement / End Date||March 2021 to October 2024|
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The outcomes of the project will be:
|Partners||University of Adelaide, Jemena, Energy Networks Australia, AGIG, Worley, APA Group, GHD, University of Melbourne|