AGL Annual General Meeting 2012 Results

The following are the results from the motions before AGL's Annual General Meeting held today.

Paul McWilliams
Company Secretary

As required by section 251AA(2) of the Corporations Act 2001 (Commonwealth) the following statistics are provided in respect of each resolution on the agenda.

Manner in which security holder directed the proxy vote (as at proxy close) Direct Vote (as at proxy close) Manner in which votes were cast in person or by proxy on a poll (where applicable)
Resolution Votes (for) Votes (against) Votes (Discretionary) Votes (Abstain) For Against For Against Abstain**
2 TO ADOPT THE REMUNERATION REPORT 201,951,957 26,829,976 9,748,916 1,713,684 12,472,216 4,214,809 221,401,090 34,370,240 1,713,684
3(A) RE-ELECTION OF MR LESLIE HOSKING 227,747,000 2,489,996 9,913,588 95,775 15,934,250 764,709 254,904,311 3,505,294 95,775
3(B) RE-ELECTION OF MR JOHN STANHOPE 228,578,473 1,653,457 9,918,654 95,775 15,886,537 767,186 255,694,596 2,668,588 95,775
3(C) RE-ELECTION OF MR GRAEME HUNT 229,601,617 478,151 10,069,606 95,775 15,740,366 875,908 256,690,799 1,611,653 111,753
4 INCREASING THE MAXIMUM AGGREGATE REMUNERATION OF NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS 221,228,488 5,244,603 6,238,019 4,417,241 11,013,132 5,674,400 235,748,523 14,166,616 4,417,241

** Note that votes relating to a person who abstains on an item are not counted in determining whether or not the required majority of votes were cast for or against that item.

About AGL

AGL is one of Australia's leading integrated renewable energy companies and is taking action toward creating a sustainable energy future for our investors, communities and customers. Drawing on 175 years of experience, AGL operates retail and merchant energy businesses, power generation assets and an upstream gas portfolio. AGL has one of Australia's largest retail energy and dual fuel customer bases. AGL has a diverse power generation portfolio including base, peaking and intermediate generation plants, spread across traditional thermal generation as well as renewable sources including hydro, wind, landfill gas and biomass. AGL is Australia's largest private owner and operator of renewable energy assets and is looking to further expand this position by exploring a suite of low emission and renewable energy generation development opportunities.