AUSTRALIAN CARBON INNOVATION'S MISSION
TO INVEST PROACTIVELY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNOLOGIES AND PEOPLE TO
DEVELOP HIGH VALUE CARBON PRODUCTS FOR A LOW EMISSIONS FUTURE
INVESTING IN RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
The mission of Australian Carbon Innovation (ACI) is to actively support the development of new opportunities to create products and technologies for a low-emissions future using Australia’s undervalued raw materials, such as bituminous coal and lignite, biomass wastes, paper making waste lignin, used car tyres, waste plastics, power station fly ash, and captured carbon dioxide emissions. ACI is guiding the development of new carbon-based opportunities in a wide range of industry sectors, including agriculture, construction, fuels and chemicals, bioplastics, renewable energy, transport, food processing and medical diagnostics.
DEVELOPING SKILLS FOR INDUSTRY
Availability and accessibility of human resource expertise is of critical concern for current and future carbon-based industries. In association with industry and our tertiary education partners, ACI is focused strongly on creating training opportunities to secure the scientific, engineering and trades expertise needed to develop low-emissions carbon technologies. ACI is supporting future scientists and engineers by fostering Australia's research leadership in carbon upgrading through collaboration between researchers, industry and government.
Australian Carbon Innovation (ACI) membership leverages organisational commitment to a low emissions future for Australia's substantial carbon-based resources. As a member-based company, ACI undertakes a range of programs of interest to carbon resource stakeholders including industry, research and education providers, governments and international carbon technology organisations.
Total project portfolio value
Research funding to date
Australian Carbon Innovation (ACI) is a not-for-profit company with a mandate to co-invest with stakeholders in carbon innovation (including CO₂ recycle), hydrogen utilisation and emissions reduction technologies.
ACI funds and facilitates strategic investments in carbon-based products and process development R&D, providing a guiding hand to the development of new low-emission industries based on abundant but undervalued Australian resources. Funding is sourced from industry, research organisations and governments, and professionally managed as a project portfolio.
ACI's mission is to actively support the creation and development of new opportunities in low-emissions carbon-based products and industries, based on upgrading undervalued but abundant carbon resources.
20 August, 2020
Federation University Australia researchers have been awarded $1.5 million in funding to support a hydrogen pilot project that is expected to change the way energy is produced in Australia and internationally.
In partnership with Australian Carbon Innovation...
1 June, 2020
Australian Carbon Innovation (ACI) welcomes the support of the Victorian state government
to progress the sustainable utilisation of Victoria’s carbon resources...
Presentations and videos from the Hydrogen Forum held in Gippsland in August are available for viewing under Recent Events ...
24 August, 2019
Perspectives on Carbon, ACI's first e-newsletter since the name change has been released. This issue highlights research in humics, smart materials, and carbon fibres, provides a wrap up of our recent Hydrogen Forum held in the Latrobe Valley, and puts the spotlight on ACI member Exergen.
21 June, 2019
ACI in partnership with Federation University are holding a one day forum on Hydrogen - a pathway to environmental and regional prosperity - where to for Gippsland? This event is free to attend ...
- Pathway to environmental & regional prosperity - where to for Gippsland?
Federation University, Churchill
8 August 2019
LATROBE VALLEY OFFICE
Federation University, Gippsland Campus
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Churchill VIC 3842 Australia
Tel: +61 3 9103 1301
For any enquiries or questions, please email the appropriate person on the right, call +61 3 9103 1301 or fill out the form below
Dr David McManus
Research Investment Manager
Mr Brian Davey
Chief Executive Officer