AGL submission supporting regulatory sandboxing for Victorian energy consumers
AGL submission supporting the inclusion of Home energy audits in the Victorian energy Upgrade scheme
With networks introducing dynamic operating envelopes to mediate customers' access to the grid, we explore the need for a customer-centric regulatory design.
AGL submission to the ESC in relation to its Draft Decision on the Victorian Default Offer for 2022-23
AGL has made a submission to the Essential Services Commission in relation to its Draft Decision on the Victorian Default Offer for 2022-23.
AGL provides feedback on the Federal Treasury Consumer Data Right in the Telecommunications Sector: CDR rules and standards Design Paper.
Read AGL’s submission to AEMO’s Draft 2022 Integrated System Plan Addendum.
AGL has responded to the Gas Marketing Code Consultative Committee supporting the proposed changes to the Gas Marketing Code of Conduct.
Read AGL’s submission to AER’s Draft Determination on Default Market Offer prices.
The Australian Energy Regulator has released its draft Consumer Vulnerability Strategy which sets out objectives, outcomes and actions items to address key challenges in the energy system for customers experiencing vulnerable circumstances.
AGL responded to the Essential Services Commission’s Energy Retail Licence Review.
AGL has recently responded to the ACCC’s proposed amendments to the Broadband Speed Claims Industry Guidance.
The South Australian Government is consulting on options to accelerate the adoption of smart meters in South Australia.
AGL responds to the latest rule change request to the Australian Energy Market Commission proposing to introduce a regulated family violence framework in NECF.
AGL has responded to the Treasury’s Consultation Paper on Supporting the adoption of electronic invoicing in Australia.
Read AGL’ formal submission to The NSW Government Department of Planning Industry and Environment’s consultation on developing solutions to barriers customers and businesses face in the energy sector transition.
Read AGL’s formal submission to the South Australian Government’s review of its licensing requirements under the Electricity Act 1996 for electricity generation, transmission, distribution, and system control functions in light of the evolving electricity market.
Read AGL’s response to AEMO’s Draft Integrated System Plan.