The renewable fuels industry is a multi-faceted industry that:
    • Creates jobs
    • Delivers rural economic development
    • Provides cleaner burning and less greenhouse intensive fuels; and
    • Provides greater energy independence.

QRFAs inclusive structure will serve to bring together government, businesses in agriculture, research, education, processing and marketing sectors, and individuals who have an interest and belief in a successful renewable fuels industry in Queensland.

It is our firm belief that the objectives of government, motorists and industry can best be met by a Queensland-based association whose principal focus is on building a robust renewable fuels industry.

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30TH June, 2017

QRFA BUILDING RENEWABLE FUEL LEADERS OF THE FUTURE

Queensland Renewable Fuels Association (QRFA) would like to welcome Grace Ferraz from Bond University on her new role as a research intern for QRFA.

Part of QRFA’s agnostic approach to building a robust industry, is to create pathways and opportunities within our association to develop the renewable fuel leaders of the future.

QRFA Managing Director, Larissa Rose said, “QRFA has supported many research, graduate and post-graduate university students as part of our commitment to building our industry now and for the future.”

“Grace’s internship will focus on researching policy, which will enable her to gain a greater understanding of the policy and regulations associated with biofuels in Queensland and Australia, while researching the role renewable fuels play in our future bioeconomy.”

Grace is in her final year at Bond University studying a Bachelor of Sustainable Environments and Planning. As an intern, Grace will be able to further develop her research skills which will prepare her for working in the environmental sector.

"Working as an intern with QRFA under the supervision of Larissa Rose will be a fantastic opportunity to gain real life exposure to the industry, especially with a focus on renewable fuels and their role with transitioning to a low carbon economy,” said Miss Ferraz.

"I am very passionate about the environment and excited to utilise my research skills from studying and apply that to global and domestic policy frameworks.”

QRFA understand it vital to develop opportunities for our university students and support the future decision makers who will be ultimately driving our future industry policies.

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