Torben Grell started his career as a plumber working with conventional and renewable energy systems. He became interested in renewable energy technologies in the early 2000s leading him to complete a Bachelor and Master degrees in Engineering - Building- and Environmental
Energy Technologies (Fh Münster) focussing on heat reuse from industrial combustion processes, Biogas production and digestate treatment. He later worked on industrial energy monitoring to increase efficiency and minimise consumption. In 2019 Torben became a volunteer and then contractor with AMRCCE in the Z-Filter trial of effluent separation supervised by University Southern Queensland (USQ). Currently, Torben is doing his PhD in Carbon reduction and recycling from agricultural waste, investigates Biogas potential in the dairy sector and other industries and provides technical support with cooperation’s between research facilities (UWA & USQ) and Industry partners.