AGL welcomes the opportunity to respond to the consultation on the climate-related financial disclosure exposure draft legislation.
AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the proposed Orderly Exit Management Framework (the proposed framework).
AGL welcomes the opportunity to provide input into the NSW draft energy policy framework.
AGL welcomes the opportunity to respond to the consultation paper on the NSW Renewable Fuel Scheme draft rule.
AGL welcomes the opportunity to contribute to strengthening the Climate Active (CA) program so that customers can better understand and make informed choices around products with associated environmental claims.
AGL Chief Operating Officer Markus Brokhof highlights AGL’s support for the potential role of offshore wind in the transformation of Australia’s energy system.
AGL welcomes the opportunity to provide input into the NSW Renewable Fuel Scheme discussion paper on scheme expansion.
AGL has responded to the Australian Energy Market Operator Project Energy Connect implementation directions paper supporting AEMO’s position that negative settlement residue auction units should not be deducted from unit holders.
AGL welcomes the opportunity to provide input into the Australian Government’s Future Gas Strategy.
An open letter from the AGL Energy Customer Council about the future of the energy transition.
AGL has provided a response to Treasury on their Design Paper for operational enhancements for the CDR.
AGL supports the intent of the consultation paper to increase the number of activities within the Peak Demand Reduction Scheme (PDRS).
AGL has provided a response to Treasury to expand CDR under proposed amendments to the Competition and Consumer (CDR) Rules 2020.
AGL has provided a response to Treasury on their review of CDR consent mechanisms.
AGL has responded to the Australian Energy Market Commission review of the retail reliability obligation supporting the 14 recommendations and suggesting additional improvements that could be made in the long-term interests of consumers.
AGL has responded to the Australian Energy Market Commission draft rule determination on the amendment of the administered price cap, consumer price threshold, and market price cap supporting the changes to these settings.
AGL has responded to Australia’s Guarantee of Origin Scheme Design Paper which builds on stakeholder consultation from 2020 through to 2023 and provides further detail on scheme design.
AGL supports an enduring certification for renewable electricity and welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Renewable Electricity Guarantee of Origin Approach Paper.