WHO WE ARE
Douglas Bradley has consulted for clients worldwide in bioenergy and climate change since 2002. He was a co-founder of the Canadian Bioenergy Association, Chief Financial Officer 2005-07 and President 2007-13. He was for 7 years the Canadian representative on IEA Bioenergy Task 40- Bio-trade, and is currently on the Board of Directors of the World Bioenergy Association.
As an executive in the forest products industry, he evaluated capital investments and acquisitions up to C$1.5 billion, and was the Gulf financial analyst on the $2.8 billion Olympia & York take-over of Gulf Canada Ltd., the largest take-over in Canadian history at the time. He has been involved with bioenergy for over 15 years and is a recognized expert in biomass supply chains, densification and project evaluation. He has consulted for large power generators including RWE-Essent and Raedthuys, global service providers including Andritz, pellet manufacturers including Enligna, large forestry companies such as Forest Corp New South Wales and Tembec, bioenergy companies such as Cyclofor and Dynamotive, and global benefactor United Nations (FAO).
As President-CanBio he increased association revenues 700%, brought 17 Canadian trade missions to Asia and Europe, and put CanBio on the world map. For IEA Task 40 he was sole author on several studies including: European Markets for Pyrolysis Oil, lead author on Low-cost, Long Distance Biomass Supply Chain, the Bio-trade Equity Fund, 2nd Generation Biofuels & Trade,and World Biofuel Maritime Shipping, and contributing author on The Global Wood Pellet Industry- Market & Trade Study, and Effect of Torrefaction on Biomass Trade. He has delivered bioenergy presentations at conferences in China, Korea, Australia, Brazil, and across Europe, Canada and the US. His bioenergy and forestry industry network is worldwide.
Bradley has a worldwide network of associate consultants including engineers, academics, and other bioenergy consultants who have partnered to produce expert reports for global clients.
Douglas Bradley (President)