We recognise that our future success is shaped and measured by more than just our economic performance; it is also influenced by the social and environmental consequences of our decisions and actions on all our stakeholders.
Accelerating our Transition
In our FY21 TCFD report, we expand upon the previous assessment of climate-related risks facing our business, providing details of Tier 2 climate-related
risks, and an analysis of the risks faced by each company under the proposed demerger.
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Pathways to 2050 (PDF)
AGL's FY20 Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosure (TCFD) Report, was released on 13 August 2020.
FY19 Carbon Scenario Analysis (PDF)
This report provides the results of modelling the impacts of various renewable energy policies on the National Electricity Market (NEM) and the AGL generation portfolio to 2030.
2018 Powering a climate-resilient economy (PDF)
A discussion of risks and opportunities related to climate change, following the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures’ (TCFD) voluntary disclosure framework.
2017 Rehabilitation Report (PDF)
We're assessing the challenges associated with rehabilitating large, long-lived assets and infrastructure, and working with our communities on a transition that is inclusive for all.
2016 Social and Economic Inclusion Report (PDF)
As an essential service provider, we're working to create a more socially and economically inclusive society where our customers can access affordable and reliable energy.
In an ever-evolving energy market, we're looking to the future so we can continue to meet the energy needs of Australia's homes and industries.
Carbon Constrained Future Report
Climate change is driving changes to the way Australians produce and consume energy. With a proud history of evolving to meet the challenges of change, AGL is positioning its business for a carbon constrained future.