Sugar power covers for Callide power station outage | 31 May 2021

Sugar power, the electricity produced from plant fibre left over from crushing cane, is providing a homegrown solution to stablising Queensland’s electricity network as Biloela’s Callide Power Station remains offline. Australian Sugar Milling Council (ASMC) Director, Economics, Policy and Trade David Rynne said co-generation facilities co-located at Wilmar’s Victoria Mill in Ingham, and Ma...
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South Pole and McCullough Robertson Climate Leaders Forum

Challenge: How can Queensland's Sugar Milling Industry Unlock the Huge Potential of Renewable Co-Generation Using Waste Products for the Milling Process to Help Decarbonise the State's Energy System? | 25 May 2021 David Rynne speaking points Thank you to Tom and Dominic for the invitation to discuss the Australian sugar industry’s renewable energy agenda and some of the commercial and r...
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Improved outlook for Queensland sugar production as crush approaches | 24 May 2021

Queensland’s sugarcane crop is now tipped to reach almost 30 million tonnes (Mt) this year with the 2021 harvest and crush to start next week. Australian Sugar Milling Council (ASMC) Chief Executive Officer David Pietsch said they forecast Queensland sugarcane tonnage this year to be 29.96Mt, exceeding the 2020 crush of 29.33Mt which Queensland’s sugar mills manufactured into 4.1Mt of suga...
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