AGL is one of Australia's leading renewable energy companies and is Australia's largest private owner, operator and developer of renewable generation assets.
"AGL is taking action towards creating a sustainable energy future for our investors, communities and customers."
AGL has major investments in hydro and wind, as well as ongoing developments in key renewable areas including solar, geothermal, biomass, bagasse and landfill gas. AGL also operates retail, merchant energy and upstream gas businesses and has over 3.5 million customer accounts.
Listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX code: AGK), AGL is an S&P/ASX 50 company. AGL has been operating in Australia for 175 years and was one of its first listed companies.
AGL maintains a BBB investment grade credit rating from Standard & Poor's.
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AGL Energy comprises a number of business groups, which together deliver or support AGL's combined functions of power generation, gas production and energy retailing.
The Corporate Affairs team is led by Professor Paul Simshauser and provides a range of corporate affairs services including government relations, regulatory affairs, economic policy and sustainability and corporate communications, which incorporates both internal and external communications.
This specialist team is led by Paul McWilliams and includes Group Risk and Compliance, Insurance, Procurement, Property, Emergency Services, Tax, Group Audit, and Company Secretariat.
Group Finance is led by Brett Redman and incorporates the functions of Group Accounting, Treasury and Investor Relations. Finance also includes Group Business Development, which plays a key role in executing AGL's mergers and acquisitions strategy via corporate strategic planning, supporting the screening of organic and acquisitive growth opportunities and transactional support throughout the acquisition-to-integration process.
The Information Systems Group is led by Owen Coppage and is responsible for the architecture, policy, standards, acquisition, management and maintenance of AGL's IT assets. The IS Group also delivers governance, management and monitoring of third party IT service providers. The IS Group's objective is to provide integrated information systems that meet AGL's current and future needs.
Anchored firmly at the upstream end of the energy chain, Merchant Energy is led by Anthony Fowler and is responsible for managing AGL's wholesale gas and electricity trading portfolios, ongoing management of power generation assets, business customers and energy services activities. Key functions of this group include Carbon Solutions, Power Development, Energy Portfolio Management, Merchant Operations and Business Customers. Major operating sites include AGL Hydro, AGL Torrens, AGL Loy Yang, Hallett Wind Farms, Macarthur Wind Farm and our Eildon and Somerton Power Stations.
The People and Culture group is led by Jane Thomas and delivers AGL's human resources, managing the people required to achieve AGL's goals. Driven by a vision 'Leading results through people' People and Culture functions include Business Partnering, Employee Relations, Organisational Development and Diversity, Health, Safety and Environment, and Remuneration and Benefits.
Downstream, the Retail team is led by Stephen Mikkelsen and is responsible for the marketing and sale of natural gas, electricity and energy related products and services to approximately 3.5 million residential, small business and commercial customers. Key functions of this group include Business Architecture, Customer Experience, Marketing, Retail Sales and Retail Operations.
Upstream Gas is led by Mike Moraza and is focused on growing AGL's upstream gas portfolio to ensure long-term, sustainable and market competitive energy supplies for our customers. Groups include Exploration, Field Development, Production and Land and Approvals. Major projects include Camden Gas Project, Gloucester Gas Project, Hunter Gas Project and Silver Springs.
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