The transition to a low carbon future will require a range of solutions and this is why we are proud to partner with CSIRO and others in carbon capture research over the past 10 years. But what does this have to do with tomatoes?
The Peak Energy Rewards programs kicks in during periods of high demand. Offering a financial incentive for customers to electively reduce their electricity consumption for short periods of time to collectively lessen the load on the electricity grid.
AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Australian Energy Market Commission’s (AEMC’s) Draft Rule Determination on Metering Installation Timeframes (ERC0236).
AGL has made a submission to the AEMC’s Draft Rule Determination on Global Settlement and Market Reconciliation.
We have an increasingly sophisticated toolkit to help us explain the relationship between financial returns and other value drivers and impacts on the environment, on society and on the economy more broadly.
Submission to the AEMC’s Coordination of Generation and Transmission Investment Review options paper
AGL has made a submission to the AEMC’s review of Generation and Transmission investment, which also explored (on behalf of the Energy Security Board) options to embed AEMO’s Integrated System Plan into the National Electricity Market.
On 19 October, AGL made a submission to the Energy Security Board’s consultation on improving the transparency of over-the-counter (OTC) contracting.
On 19 October, AGL made a submission to the Energy Security Board’s consultation on market making requirements in the NEM.
AGL recently responded to the Australian Energy Market Commission's draft Rule change to require the Australian Energy Regulator to develop guidelines for retailer hardship policies.
AGL recently responded to the Economic Regulation Authority Western Australia’s consultation on hardship amendments.
AGL recently responded to the ACCC Consumer Data Rights Rules (CDR) Framework which provides guidance to stakeholders on the way ACCC will develop requirements on industries for CDR.
AGL recently responded to the Federal Governments exposure draft legislation to create a new Consumer Data Right (CDR) Framework.
AGL welcomed Maoneng Australia’s announcement that it had reached financial close for the 255 megawatt (MW) Sunraysia Solar Farm. This solar farm is underpinned by Power Purchase Agreements under which UNSW Sydney and AGL Energy purchase the solar energy generated over 15 years. This solar energy will help contribute to our diverse energy mix.
Simplifying consumer information to improve customer engagement and trust in the Victorian energy sector
AGL recently responded to the Essential Service Commission Victoria’s draft decision on the electricity and gas retail markets review implementation 2018 (bills and marketing).