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Sustainability Report

2016 Sustainability Report

AGL’s 2016 Sustainability Report, sets out the social, environmental and economic challenges and opportunities facing AGL and the energy industry, and how we are responding to these issues so as to protect and grow the long-term value of our business. 

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Special Reports  

AGL has also released two additional reports to supplement the 2016 Sustainability Report.

Australia's Economic Transformation

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AGL’s role in a changing society and economy - This report explores how AGL and the broader energy industry may change between 2016 and 2050 and adapt to meet the evolving needs of Australian energy consumers, industries and communities.

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Carbon Constrained Future

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AGL’s approach to climate change mitigation – This report outlines how AGL is positioning its business for a carbon constrained future and provides the results of economic modelling of the impacts of various carbon constraints on the National Electricity Market and the AGL generation portfolio.>

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What's included in the 2016 Sustainability Report? 

The report provides:

  • Our sustainability framework, though which targets and commitments to drive performance are established, tracked and measured;
  • An outline of how we operate, encapsulating our approach to stakeholder engagement, corporate governance, ethical conduct, legislative compliance and public policy engagement; 
  • Performance information on our key sustainability issues, divided into the five subject areas of customers, community, people, environment and economic performance; and
  • A centralised data centre, where comprehensive performance data is available to view and download.

The report has been prepared in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative’s (GRI) ‘G4’ Sustainability Reporting Guidelines (G4), as well as the G4 Sector Disclosure for the Electric Utilities sector.  Deloitte was engaged to undertake limited assurance of the 2016 sustainability performance data in this report in accordance with the Australian Standard on assurance engagements ASAE 3000 Assurance Engagements other than Audits or Reviews of Historical Financial Information (ASAE 3000).

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