National Assets is a division of AGL Energy Services that currently manages/operates/maintains 27 Assets throughout Australia. These assets provide security of supply and emissions reduction solutions to meet our customers’ energy requirements.
This business unit started in 2000, and has provided (AGL owned and operated) asset based solutions since then to improve customers’ energy productivity and manage their energy cost and operational risk. Expansion for the National Assets team comes from from a combination of greenfield opportunities, acquisitions and organic growth from the existing portfolio.
Assets comprise low emission and renewable generation, focus is on small to medium scale projects (up to 30MW, small scale CNG) with an emphasis on HSE and Operational Improvement at all times. There are currently 27 projects of this nature under management with long term agreements in place (up to 15 years).
AGL designed, constructed and operate a compressed natural gas (CNG) refuelling facility for Brisbane City Council (BCC) buses operating in Brisbane.
AGL successfully completed a cogeneration facility (which is owned, operated and maintained by AGL) at the Coopers Brewery site in South Australia.
This project involved the extraction and combustion of landfill gas to generate electricity at Woy Woy, NSW.
This project involved the extraction and combustion of landfill gas to generate electricity at the landfill site at Jackson Street, Glenorchy, Tasmania.
AGL developed a Build-Own-Operate landfill gas extraction and power generation facility at Gosnells City Council Kelvin Road Waste Disposal Facility.
This project involved the extraction and combustion of landfill gas to generate electricity at Hobart City Council, Tasmania.
The ISIS Central Sugar Mill facility is AGL’s first renewable cogeneration project that produces energy from sugar cane by-product (bagasse).
Moranbah Power Station was constructed by AGL to supply the Arrow Energy/AGL joint venture to operate their gas compressors.
This project involved the extraction and combustion of landfill gas at Rockingham Waste Disposal Facility, WA to generate electricity.
AGL designed and constructed the Shoalhaven Landfill Gas Abatement Generation Facility and engaged its own qualified service technicians to deliver its obligations of maintenance and operations.
Suncoast Gold Macadamias – Biomass Cogeneration Facility is the world’s first and only Macadamia Shell powered Cogeneration Project.
A Hybrid Solar/Diesel Power Station was created by AGL to produce solar electrical energy for the Wilpena Pound district.
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