AGL is committed to supporting the communities in which we operate. Here are just a few of the ways we are investing our time, energy and money.
In February 2016, AGL announced the signing of a new two year partnership with the NSW Waratahs and the New South Wales Rugby Union. We also launched a program that will support grassroots rugby and local clubs, with AGL offering rugby fans the ability to earn up to $150 annually for their local club while they are on the AGL Waratahs energy plans. Rugby fans can also receive savings on their electricity and gas bills by signing on to this plan. To find out more about the offer visit agl.com.au/rugby
Powered by love and proud supporters of the LGBTIQ community.
As part of our commitment to building an inclusive workplace and supporting the LGBTIQ community, we are proudly a Major Partner for the Mardi Gras Film Festival in Sydney and a Gold Sponsor and Official Energy Partner of the Midsumma Festival in Melbourne.
‘No matter who you are, our hearts beat as one.’
Thanks to AGL, Zoos Victoria will now have a dedicated rescue unit for seals and marine wildlife in and around Port Phillip Bay. The AGL Marine Response Unit will be able to rapidly respond to calls from the public, giving injured seals a much better chance of recovery.
AGL will also work with Zoos Victoria to install solar PV panels at Melbourne Zoo, Healesville Sanctuary and Werribee Open Range Zoo.
November 2014 marked the beginning of AGL’s partnership with Melbourne Victory. AGL is proud to partner with Melbourne Victory, one of the most successful clubs of the A-League.
We look forward to providing Victory members with great offers and activations during the season as well as working with Victory corporate partners through the Victory in Business network.
For more information on our offer for Melbourne Victory fans and members visit agl.com.au/victory
In 2008, we responded to the public call asking Victorians to 'Help Audrey Skip Again'. Together with the Heritage Council of Victoria, the Melbourne Restoration Fund and public donations, AGL has helped to get our 'Skipping Girl' back into action and skipping again.
As a gift to Little Audrey in her 75th year, AGL was delighted to provide her with a solar PV system. Which means she'll continue to provide a little ray of sunshine to the streets of Melbourne for many years to come. That's energy in action. Skipping Girl Restoration 2009.
At AGL, we believe in supporting the communities we operate in and that's why we've been helping the Adelaide Zoo make the Giant Pandas, Wang Wang and Funi as comfortable as possible by providing solar power to their exhibit.
The power generated by the solar energy system helps with climate control, by contributing to the electricity used to chill the large rocks in the exhibit, power misters, lighting, panda camera surveillance, researcher's computers, as well as electricity for refrigerating the pandas’ favourite food, bamboo - they can eat up to 20 kilograms a day, each!
Please note we are currently not accepting or reviewing any new sponsorship proposals.
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