RebusJ was formed by Heather Bone in 2008 and engages a wide variety of experienced people in innovation, environment, engineering and project management.


Clients include large and small alternative fuel producers, projects focusing on energy efficiency and innovation, and technology solutions from around the globe.


Heather was Australia’s representative for Climate Change and Renewable Energy for the IVLP in 2012 – a four week program run by the US State Department at the invitation of US Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton. She was the 2015 recipient of the Prime Minister’s diversity scholarship as a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

With proven success over twenty years in innovation and sustainability, Heather has been broadly engaged in such roles as:
  • Board Director - Bioenergy Australia

  • Chair of Australia's Mirror Committee ISO TC248 – overseeing the development of ISO’s first Sustainability Standard

  • Member of the Queensland Government Biofutures Industry Reference Group

  • Member of the Australian Federal Government's Fuel Standards Consultative Committee (FSCC) which oversees current fuel standards in Australia and the development of new standards

  • Member of the ACCC's Fuel Consultative Committee which oversees pricing of fuel in Australia

  • Member of the Federal Government's Alternative Fuels Strategic Issues Group (IAG) overseeing the development of the Energy White Paper and the impact of alternative fuels policy

  • Member of the Tyre Stewardship Australia Industry Reference Group

  • Member of the Sustainable Aviation Fuel Users Group (SAFUG) which developed a program for the development of alternative fuels for Qantas, Virgin and Air New Zealand

  • Member of the BONSUCRO sustainability standards group, developing criteria for sustainable sugar production and other agricultural products

  • Member of the Australian Coal Association Research Program (ACARP) committees for Open Cut, Underground and Environment

  • Member of the Minerals Council of Australia, Energy and Climate Change Committee which oversees the minerals industry policy development for energy efficiency, climate change and emission reductions

  • Member of the Chamber of Mines and Energy (CME) Energy Efficiency and Climate Change Committee

  • Member of the Board of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILTA)