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AGL Energy

5 February 2020
2 minute read

AGL submission to the AER in response to the network regulatory proposal

AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to provide comments on the regulatory proposals of Ausgrid, Endeavour Energy and Essential Energy (NSW networks) for the period 2019 to 2024.

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AGL Energy

24 December 2019
3 minute read

Keeping the lights on

As many of us unwrap Christmas presents and settle in for dinner with family and friends, hundreds of people will be working at generation sites across Australia to keep the power flowing.

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AGL Energy

24 December 2019
3 minute read

Submission on Gas Pipeline Regulation

AGL has made a submission to the COAG Energy Council on the framework for gas pipeline regulation in Australia. You can read our full submission here.

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Theo Comino

20 December 2019
4 minute read

Lighting up Christmas

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas… but how much energy does it take to light up all those Christmas lights? And more importantly, just how many Christmas lights could we light up?

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AGL Energy

20 December 2019
4 minute read

Inquiry into electric buses in regional and metropolitan public transport networks in New South Wales

AGL Energy (AGL) commends the New South Wales (NSW) Parliament for launching the inquiry into electric buses in regional and metropolitan public transport networks in NSW, and welcomes the opportunity to make a submission.

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AGL Energy

20 December 2019
3 minute read

AGL submission to FinTech RegTech Select Committee

AGL recently made a submission to the Select Committee on Financial Technology and Regulatory Technology. You can read our full submission here.

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Christine Corbett

12 December 2019
3 minute read

Listening to our Customers

Our customers are at the centre of all we do at AGL. When they need to reach out to us, we’re focused on making that experience as simple and efficient as possible. Hear from our Chief Customer Officer, Christine Corbett , on what we’re doing.

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AGL Energy

2 December 2019
5 minute read

Preparing for the summer period

We’re prepped and ready for the peak summer period. We’ve invested $150m in summer readiness, with preparations for this peak period starting at the end of last summer.

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AGL Energy

28 November 2019
2 minute read

Review of the performance of energy retail markets in NSW in 2018-19

In November 2019, AGL made a submission on IPART’s draft reports on the performance and competitiveness of the retail electricity and gas markets in NSW for 2018-19.

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Aleks Smits

26 November 2019
4 minute read

Deep dive: How does stored energy support the NEM?

In a previous article, we explored at how the energy mix is changing, and how lower-cost-renewables are creating a demand profile that is marked by peaks and troughs. Now we take a look at how the future of energy storage can help manage that changing demand profile.

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AGL Energy

25 November 2019
2 minute read

Submission in response to AEMO Customer Switching Issues Paper

AGL recently made a submission in response to the Australian Energy Market Operator’s Issues Paper, Customer switching in the NEM. A copy of our submission is available here.

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Jessica Esler

25 November 2019
3 minute read

Ending domestic violence

Today is the United Nations’ International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. As a company with 3.7 million customers and 3,700 employees, we have the power to make a real impact towards achieving respect and equality for all – which is why we must speak up to stamp out Family and Domestic Violence (FDV) in Australia.

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AGL Energy

21 November 2019
2 minute read

AGL submission on emergency reserves in Victoria

AGL submission on emergency reserves in Victoria AGL has made a submission on a rule change that would allow emergency reserves (RERT) to be procured for up to three years in Victoria.

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AGL Energy

20 November 2019
2 minute read

AGL responds to Consumer Data Right Privacy Guidelines

AGL recently responded to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) consultation on the Privacy Safeguard Guideline for the Consumer Data Right (CDR).

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AGL Energy

19 November 2019
3 minute read

Knifeless splice at Loy Yang A

More than 30 km of heavy-duty conveyer belts support the Latrobe Valley’s Loy Yang A power station in Victoria – and invariably, these conveyer belts get damaged and have to be repaired. The 50-80 repairs – or belt splices – that are completed each year are carried out by contractors from Belle Banne Conveyer Services. After a spate of knife-injuries at parent company Fenner Dunlop, they asked – is it possible to make these repairs without knives, and decrease the injury rate?

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Mike Stockley

15 November 2019
4 minute read

The future of the energy market: the five-minute settlement

In this new world where supply and consumption of electricity is ‘contestable’ – that is, where participants can buy from and sell to whomever will give them the best deal – a new, critical piece of the puzzle was needed. In 1998, the National Electricity Market (NEM) was created.

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AGL Energy

13 November 2019
2 minute read

AGL’s Submission to the COGATI Access Reform: Discussion Paper

AGL does not consider that the case has been made to move ahead now with a substantial redesign of NEM at this time. We consider the proposed arrangements contain considerable implementation risks that have not been fully considered, and which risk reducing market liquidity, efficiency and investor confidence.

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Jessica Esler

8 November 2019
5 minute read

Inspiring the energy leaders of the future

Diversity in our ideas and our people is important – but more than that, it’s vital to foster viable career pathways that the best and brightest of the next generation want to pursue. That’s why we’re connecting with young STEM students and leaders – the innovators who will shape the world’s technical, social, and commercial future. We’re also leading the way when it comes to improving gender equality in energy.

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AGL Energy

7 November 2019
2 minute read

AGL's submission in response to the AEMC's Primary Frequency Response rule changes consultation paper

AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Australian Energy Market Commission’s (AEMC) consultation paper on the proposed Primary Frequency Response (PFR) rule changes ERC0263, ERC0274, and ERC0277.

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AGL Energy

7 November 2019
2 minute read

AGL submission on AEMC Draft Determination into Reducing Customers’ Switching Times

AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to provide feedback on the Australian Energy Market Commission’s (AEMC’s) draft determination into Reducing Customers’ Switching Times (project number ERC0276/RRC0031).

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AGL Energy

4 November 2019
7 minute read

Fast and flexible energy from Barker Inlet Power Station

The influx of utility-scale renewables and rooftop solar means there’s a greater need for highly flexible firming energy sources which can be activated at a moment’s notice during times of high demand. The Barker Inlet Power Station (or BIPS) is nearing the final stages of construction, and it exemplifies this firming capacity.

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AGL Energy

1 November 2019
5 minute read

South Australian Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme Review November 2019

AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to provide comment on the Review of the South Australian (SA) Residential Energy Efficiency Scheme (REES) Directions Paper, published by the Department for Energy and Mining (the Department) in October 2019.

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AGL Energy

31 October 2019
2 minute read

AGL's submission inquiry into Australia's oil and gas reserves

AGL Energy Limited (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to make a submission to the Senate Economics References Committee inquiry into Australia’s Oil and Gas reserves. In particular, we would like to make some observations on the current challenges securing gas supply in south-eastern Australia.

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AGL Energy

31 October 2019
2 minute read

AGL’s submission to the Department for Energy and Mining’s Consultation Paper, ‘Sustainably Growing Energy and Mining in South Australia'

AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the South Australian Government’s focus on sustainable growth opportunities for the energy and mining sectors and the opportunity to comment on the Department for Energy and Mining’s Consultation Paper (Consultation Paper).

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Aleks Smits

31 October 2019
7 minute read

Deep dive: peaks and troughs in demand

In the middle of the day, the abundance of rooftop solar often produces more energy than the grid needs… but when the sun goes down and everyone heads home, energy demand soars. What are the implications?

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AGL Energy

24 October 2019
3 minute read

Submission on encouraging demand management by Transmission networks

AGL is supportive of the AEMC’s draft decision to give Transmission network businesses access to funding for innovative demand management projects. This may help to minimise network investment costs over the long-term, by identifying and learning from demand management alternatives.

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AGL Energy

24 October 2019
2 minute read

Submission on reforms to the Victorian gas market

The AEMC has made a draft decision on reforms to the Victorian gas market that are an improvement on the current market design. AGL makes some suggestions that we consider could be a lower cost option to implement.

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AGL Energy

23 October 2019
8 minute read

The ABCs of Energy

Do you know your VPPs from your DMOs? Your PVs from your EVs? And just what is the Paris Agreement anyway? We’ve compiled the most commonly used terms from the energy sector in a handy reference.

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AGL Energy

21 October 2019
5 minute read

Approaches to setting the DMO annual price

AGL recently submitted a response to the Australian Energy Regulator in relation to the Default Market Offer Price 2020-21

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AGL Energy

17 October 2019
2 minute read

AGL submission on electricity system restart services

AGL has made a submission to the AEMC on options to improve the market operator’s ability to restart the electricity system after a widespread blackout.

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AGL Energy

17 October 2019
2 minute read

AGL’s submission to the Essential Service Commission

AGL’s submission to the Essential Service Commission in response to its draft decision on the Victorian Default Offer.

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AGL Energy

14 October 2019
2 minute read

AGL responds to Essential Services Commission’s compliance changes

AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Essential Services Commission of Victoria’s (ESC) draft decision on the Compliance and Performance Reporting requirements (draft guideline).

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AGL Energy

14 October 2019
4 minute read

Spotlight on: hydro

People have been harnessing the power of flowing water for millenia – but how does hydro power fit into our energy mix today?

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AGL Energy

11 October 2019
2 minute read

AGL's response to AEMC’s Consultation Paper in relation to the Introduction of metering coordinator planned interruptions

AGL Energy Limited (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to provide comment on the Australian Energy Market Commission’s (AEMC’s) Consultation Paper in relation to the Introduction of metering coordinator planned interruptions (project reference code ERC0275).

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AGL Energy

10 October 2019
4 minute read

How demand response works for commercial and industrial participants

The rapid uptake of renewables has created an energy demand that is peakier than ever, raising the profile – and the importance – of demand response, particularly for commercial and industrial customers. But what is demand response – and why is it so important?

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AGL Energy

8 October 2019
2 minute read

AGL’s submission to the Senate’s Economics Legislation Committee on the Energy Market Misconduct Bill

AGL recently submitted a response to the Senate’s Economics Legislation Committee on the Energy Market Misconduct Bill.

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AGL Energy

4 October 2019
3 minute read

AGL Submission to NEM Post 2025 Market Design Issues Paper

On 2 September, the Energy Security Board (ESB) published an Issues Paper outlining key challenges facing the National Electricity Market (NEM) now and in the future, and their approach to developing an appropriate market design for the NEM post 2025.

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Eleanor McCracken-Hewson

4 October 2019
3 minute read

Charting the course for energy consumers

We’ve released our first Energy Charter Disclosure Report on our performance against the five guiding principles of the charter. But how does the Energy Charter benefit everyday people and communities?

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AGL Energy

1 October 2019
4 minute read

AGL responds to proposed energy datasets for Consumer Data Right

AGL recently responded to Treasury’s consultation paper on proposed priority datasets for energy under the Consumer Data Right (CDR).

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AGL Energy

30 September 2019
2 MINUTE READ

Submission on increasing transparency in the gas market

AGL has made a submission to the COAG Energy Council providing feedback on options to increase gas market transparency.

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Travis Hughes

26 September 2019
3 minute read

Conducting an orchestra of solar and batteries

By 2025, more than 150,000 Aussie homes will have batteries attached to them. It’s becoming more and more important to orchestrate the discharge of energy to support the grid during times of high demand. But what is orchestration?

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AGL Energy

24 September 2019
2 MINUTE READ

AGL Submission to COAG E3 consultation on demand response capability

The COAG Equipment Energy Efficiency Program (E3) is currently consulting on a proposal to mandate ‘Smart’ Demand Response Capabilities for Selected Appliances.

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AGL Energy

18 September 2019
2 minute read

AGL submission on regulating conditional discounting

AGL recently responded to the Australian Energy Market Commission’s (AEMC) consultation paper on regulating conditional discounting. In this submission, we encourage the AEMC to give consideration to the significant shift in the energy retail market.

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AGL Energy

17 September 2019
2 minute read

AGL's response to the ESC's draft decision into Strengthening Protections for Life Support Customers

AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to provide input to the Essential Services Commission of Victoria (ESC) Draft Decision into Strengthening Protections for Life Support Customers (draft decision).

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AGL Energy

17 September 2019
3 minute read

Supporting STEM Sisters at AGL Loy Yang

It’s important to encourage the next generation of STEM superstars to follow their dreams. AGL Loy Yang hosted a group of Year 10 girls from Traralgon Secondary College and Lowanna College onsite and gave them a unique opportunity to see the inner workings of one of Victoria’s largest power station.

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AGL Energy

16 September 2019
2 minute read

AGL submission on the Electricity Distribution Code Review Issues Paper

AGL would like to take this opportunity to respond to the Electricity Distribution Code Review: Issues Paper (Issues Paper) released by the Essential Service Commission of Victoria (ESC) on the 13 August 2019.

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AGL Energy

13 September 2019
2 minute read

Submission on a Wholesale Demand Response Mechanism

AGL is supportive of the AEMC’s draft decision to introduce a Wholesale Demand Response Mechanism.

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AGL Energy

13 September 2019
2 minute read

ERA Draft Decision WA Gas Compendium

AGL recently submitted a response to the ERA’s draft decision on proposed changes to the WA Gas Compendium as part of the ERA’s biennial review of the compendium.

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AGL Energy

13 September 2019
3 minute read

AGL's response to NSW Digital Meter Services Consultation Paper

AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to provide feedback on the NSW Department Energy, Climate Change and Sustainability’s Consultation Paper on Digital Metering: Improving Service Delivery in NSW.

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AGL Energy

13 September 2019
3 minute read

Spotlight on Mount Beauty Community

This is Mount Beauty. We’ve been operating in this amazing part of Victoria since 2005, and we’ve created a close relationship with the community there. Investing in energy generation is a priority for us - but equally important is supporting the community and what matters to them.

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AGL Energy

12 September 2019
3 minute read

Change normal: you can’t be what you can’t see

Meera Shanaaz Aneez has spent 20 years in technology – and now she’s inspiring young women to enter STEM too. Her work and life is featured in this month’s edition of the Australian Women’s Weekly as part of the 2019 Women of the Future awards.

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AGL Energy

5 September 2019
2 minute read

AGL submission to Review of the ADGSM

On 7 August 2019, the Commonwealth Government released terms of reference for a Review of the Australian Domestic Gas Security Mechanism (ADGSM).

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AGL Energy

3 September 2019
3 minute read

Investing in cutting-edge offline protection

We understand the importance of Loy Yang A to Victoria’s electricity supply and that’s why we’re embracing the best tech to maintain and preserve Unit 2 during repairs.

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AGL Energy

29 August 2019
5 minute read

Supporting country women

As an essential service provider, with most of our operational sites in regional and country areas, AGL is committed to supporting our farmers. We’ve partnered with the University of the Sunshine Coast and Lifeline to bring to life real stories of country women living through drought and adversity.

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AGL Energy

28 August 2019
4 minute read

Pumping infrastructure for Loy Yang

Next month AGL Loy Yang will complete DWPS11 – a fire control and pumping system for the Loy Yang mine capable of moving an Olympic pool’s worth of water 300m high in 15 minutes. Find out how this innovation was managed.

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AGL Energy

23 August 2019
2 minute read

Submission on a gas forward trading market in Victoria

AGL is supportive of the AEMC’s draft decision to not introduce a gas forward trading market in Victoria.

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AGL Energy

23 August 2019
3 minute read

Firm support for an evolving energy mix

The energy market is changing – and we need to take the lead and look at what energy mix will suit the dynamics of the market. We’re taking a look at the role of firming capacity to support that mix.

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AGL Energy

15 August 2019
4 minute read

Spotlight On: Newcastle Gas Storage Facility

The Newcastle Gas Storage Facility is a crucial piece of energy infrastructure in NSW, delivering a stable and reliable supply of gas to meet ever-changing demand in the region.

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AGL Energy

14 August 2019
2 minute read

Submission in response to the NSW Empowering Homes Program Market Sounding Paper

The NSW Government Department of Planning and Environment is currently consulting on the design of the Empowering Homes Program, that will support the installation of solar-battery systems through the provision of interest-free loans to eligible NSW residents.

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AGL Energy

14 August 2019
2 minute read

Submission to AEMC consultation on Market Making in the NEM

AGL supports the AEMC's draft decision to not introduce further market making requirements.

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AGL Energy

13 August 2019
2 minute read

Submission to AEMC Consultation on Transmission Loss Factors rule change

AGL supports retaining MLFs as the most efficient methodology for assessing transmission losses over the interim period until wider transmission market reviews have completed.

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AGL Energy

13 August 2019
2 minute read

AGL's submission to the AER on Jemena Gas Network's access arrangement proposal

AGL has made a submission to the Australian Energy Regulator on Jemena Gas Network’s access arrangement proposal for 2020-25.

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AGL Energy

13 August 2019
2 minute read

Submission to AEMC COGATI Access reform Directions Paper

AGL welcomes the opportunity to respond to the AEMC’s Directions Paper on Transmission Access Reform.

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AGL Energy

12 August 2019
3 minute read

AGL submission to the Victorian government’s consultation on reducing Victoria’s greenhouse gas emissions

Under the Climate Change Act 2017, the Victorian Government must determine emissions reduction targets for 2025 and 2030 by 31 March 2020.

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AGL Energy

9 August 2019
2 minute read

Submission in response to the AEMC’s Draft Report on Regulatory Sandbox

The Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) has been consulting on reforms to make it easier for businesses to develop and trial innovative energy technologies and business models.

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AGL Energy

6 August 2019
2 minute read

AGL's submission in response to the AEMC's Reducing Customer Switching Times Rules consultation paper

AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Australian Energy Market Commission’s (AEMC) Reducing Customer Switching Times Rules consultation paper.

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AGL Energy

6 August 2019
4 minute read

Follow your dreams – no matter what

Graduate electrical engineer Junieta Sequeira knew she wanted to be an engineer – and chased that dream, despite the protestations of her family and friends. Now she’s championing diversity at AGL.

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AGL Energy

29 July 2019
2 minute read

AGL Submission: Consultation on National Hydrogen Strategy Taskforce Issues Papers

On 1 July 2019, the National Hydrogen Strategy Taskforce released nine issues papers relating to the further development of a national hydrogen strategy.

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AGL Energy

26 July 2019
2 minute read

AGL respond to AER RPIG changes

AGL recently responded to the Australian Energy Regulator’s (AER) consultation on proposed changes to the Retail Pricing Information Guideline (RPIG) to align with the Competition and Consumer (Industry Code – Electricity Retail) Regulations 2019 (the Electricity Code).

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AGL Energy

22 July 2019
3 minute read

Scalable solar: a solution for remote locations?

AGL recently finished a 2.12 MW solar facility at Santos’ Port Bonython hydrocarbon processing facility in South Australia. The modular, bespoke solution is an interesting example for other organisations with remote operations.

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AGL Energy

19 July 2019
3 minute read

Collaborative hydrogen project progressing

The Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain project is a major collaboration between leading Australian and Japanese companies, and the Victorian, Australian and Japanese Governments.

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AGL Energy

17 July 2019
3 minute read

Engaging the community on what matters to them

Our Staying Connected program is for the benefit of vulnerable customers but it’s only going to be of benefit, if the community is aware of it. That’s why we proactively engage on the issues that matter to our customers, like last week’s ConnectEd session hosted by Uniting Communities in SA which was translated into four different languages.

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AGL Energy

12 July 2019
3 minute read

AGL continues to urge Consumer Data Right consideration

AGL recently responded to Treasury’s consultation on the banking designation instrument for the Consumer Data Right (CDR).

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AGL Energy

12 July 2019
2 minute read

AGL’s submission to ESCOSA’s review of generation licence arrangements

On 12 July 2019, AGL made a submission on the Essential Services Commission of South Australia’s (ESCOSA) review of electricity generation licensing arrangements for South Australia.

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AGL Energy

11 July 2019
2 minute read

Submission on greater incentives for transmission businesses to engage demand management

Today AGL made a submission on a rule change that would introduce a Demand Management Incentive Scheme and Innovation Allowance for transmission businesses.

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AGL Energy

4 July 2019
4 minute read

From glitch to glory: lighting up Sydney 2000

It’s one of the most iconic scenes in Australian sporting history – but a heart-stopping glitch added some extra drama to the Sydney 2000 Opening Ceremony. Find out how a small group of AGL engineers were involved in this infamous moment.

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AGL Energy

2 July 2019
3 minute read

AGL responds to ESC's Issues Paper on contracts and discounts

AGL recently responded to the Essential Services Commission’s (ESC) Issues Paper on contracts and discounting. This Issues Paper offers options derived by the ESC to implementation recommendations 4A-4E and 3A of the Independent Review of Electricity and Gas Retail Markets Victoria (Thwaites review).

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AGL Energy

2 July 2019
3 minute read

Keep on trucking to peaking power

Keep on trucking! The first of three massive transformers arrive at the Barker Inlet Power Station, which when complete later this year will provide quickstart peaking power and grid stability for South Australia.

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AGL Energy

27 June 2019
3 minute read

Powering Pride in Gippsland

The Gippsland Pride Cup is in its third year – and more exciting and popular than ever before. Especially in regional areas, sports clubs are places where young people can feel a real sense of belonging – and it’s vital to support that.

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AGL Energy

26 June 2019
1 minute read

Submission to ACCC Retail Electricity Pricing Inquiry Recommendation 1 consultation

AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to make a submission in response to the consultation paper released by the Energy Security Board on the ACCC Retail Electricity Pricing Inquiry (REPI) Recommendation 1.

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AGL Energy

26 June 2019
1 minute read

Consultation on Retail Reliability Obligation Draft Rules Consultation Paper

On 8 March 2019 the Energy Security Board released draft changes to the National Electricity Rules related to the Retailer Reliability Obligation (RRO) for public consultation.

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AGL Energy

24 June 2019
2 minute read

AGL submission to the AER’s Draft Interim Contracts and Firmness Guideline

On 23 May 2019, the AER published a Draft Interim Contracts and Firmness Guideline, which provides further detail on how liable entities will meet their obligations under the Retailer Reliability Obligation (RRO).

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AGL Energy

21 June 2019
2 minute read

Submission to the Commonwealth Measurement Law Review

The Commonwealth Department of Industry, Innovation and Science is currently reviewing the legislative framework governing measurement in Australia.

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AGL Energy

21 June 2019
3 minute read

AGL encourages consumer data standards consideration for energy sector

AGL recently wrote to CSIRO Data61 regarding their role as the Standards Body under the Consumer Data Right Regime.

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AGL Energy

20 June 2019
3 minute read

Why we’re taking action to address family and domestic violence

When it comes to family and domestic violence, we refuse to be bystanders. We are committed to leading by example and changing normal so we can address this devastating issue.

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AGL Energy

18 June 2019
1 minute read

AGL welcomes ESCOSA commitment to best practice regulation

AGL recently responded to the Essential Services Commission of South Australia (ESCOSA) consultation on the review of the Charter of Consultation.

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AGL Energy

17 June 2019
2 minute read

AGL’s submission to the Short Term Forward Market rule change

AGL recently responded to an AEMC rule change that would establish a trading exchange for short-term financial contracts to be traded through the market operator.

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AGL Energy

13 June 2019
3 minute read

Giving customers greater control with Energy Alerts

Want to keep on top of your energy usage with your voice? You can now link your AGL account to Amazon Alexa or the Google Assistant and enable notifications.

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AGL Energy

11 June 2019
2 minute read

Take a look at the Silverton Wind Farm

The 200MW Silverton Wind Farm is almost finished. Get up close and personal with an exclusive drive – and fly – through the wind farm.

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AGL Energy

6 June 2019
4 minute read

Change normal: Molly’s path to AGL

Electrician Molly Miller’s gone from being daunted by her all-male classes – to inspiring other young women to consider careers in STEM. Read more about her inspirational story.

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AGL Energy

31 May 2019
3 minute read

ACCC Default Market Offer Guide needs to be clear for customers and retailers

AGL recently responded to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) draft Guide to the Electricity Retail Code for implementing the Default Market Offer (DMO).

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AGL Energy

30 May 2019
2 minute read

ERA Draft decision – proposed amendments to the Gas Marketing Code of Conduct 2017

AGL recently responded to the ERA’s draft decision supporting the changes proposed to the WA Gas Marketing Code following further responses provided by AGL in this consultation process.

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AGL Energy

30 May 2019
2 minute read

AGL's response to AEMC's Draft Determination, Bill contents – customers with interval meters

AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to provide comment on the Australian Energy Market Commission (the Commission) Draft Determination on the proposed Rule change to require retailers to include start and end meter readings in electricity bills for customers with interval meters.

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AGL Energy

30 May 2019
3 minute read

Component arrives for Coopers Gap

Coopers Gap Wind Farm Project recently saw the largest and heaviest section of the 3.8MW tower arrive at site. This section of the tower weighs 77 tonnes, has a diameter of 5 metres and is 13.6 metres long.

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AGL Energy

29 May 2019
2 minute read

Public Utilities Office (PUO) Draft Recommendations Report on the Review of the Customer Contract Regulations

AGL recently responded to the PUO on its draft recommendations to provide a streamlined and consistent framework for delivering customer protections under the relevant WA gas and electricity regulations.

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AGL Energy

29 May 2019
2 minute read

AEMO Reliability Forecasting Methodology Issues Paper

In April 2019, AEMO released a draft Reliability Forecasting Methodology Issues Paper for consultation.

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AGL Energy

28 May 2019
5 minute read

Explainer: the National Electricity Market

Imagine 40,000 km of electricity lines and cables – more than three times the diameter of the Earth – spreading from Port Douglas in Far North Queensland down to Hobart in Tasmania and west into Port Lincoln in South Australia.

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AGL Energy

27 May 2019
1 minute read

AGL provides response to SA government Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme review

AGL recently responded to the South Australian Government’s Issues Paper reviewing the Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme (REES).

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AGL Energy

24 May 2019
2 minute read

AGL comment on SA government plans to restrict early termination fees

AGL recently responded to the South Australian Government’s consultation on the proposal to restrict early termination fees imposed by retailers.

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Marg Mitchell

24 May 2019
6 minute read

Energy Advice Packs

AGL’s corporate responsibility program, Energy for Life, builds on AGL’s local community engagement strategy and seeks to make a genuine contribution to the wider community. The program aims to positively respond to emerging sustainability risks, especially with respect to energy-related financial hardship in the community.

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AGL Energy

23 May 2019
2 MINUTE READ

Submission to the ACCC on New Energy Tech Consumer Code

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is currently assessing the application made by the Clean Energy Council, the Australian Energy Council, the Smart Energy Council and Energy Consumers Australia seeking authorisation for the voluntary industry New Energy Tech Consumer Code.

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Caterina Cassar

22 May 2019
2 minute read

Introducing AGL PUMP

In response to feedback from our Commercial and Industrial (C&I) business customers, we have developed AGL PUMP (Power Up Modular Purchasing) - a flexible, innovative, digital platform for our business customers to manage their own energy procurement.

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AGL Energy

22 May 2019
5 MINUTE READ

Victorian Default Offer changes should support customer engagement

AGL has recently responded to the Essential Services Commission of Victoria’s (ESC) consultation paper on consequential amendments to the Energy Retail Code (ERC) related to the Victorian Default Offer (VDO).

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AGL Energy

21 May 2019
2 minute read

AGL’s submission on the AEMC investigation into intervention mechanisms and system strength in the NEM

On 16 May 2019, AGL made a submission on the Australian Energy Market Commission’s investigation into intervention mechanisms and system strength in the National Electricity Market.

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AGL Energy

20 May 2019
2 minute read

Proposed Operation of the RRO Rule Changes in South Australia

On 8 March 2019 the Energy Security Board released draft changes to the National Electricity Rules related to the Retailer Reliability Obligation (RRO) for public consultation.

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AGL Energy

17 May 2019
2 minute read

Submission in response to AEMO's Technical Integration of DER Consultation Paper

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) has commenced a new program of work called the Distributed Energy Resources Standards Stream, which aims to improve the performance and capability of DER in ways that are consistent across the energy system.

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Kurt Winter

13 May 2019
5 minute read

Electric vehicles and the broader energy ecosystem

Recently, AGL hosted the Electric Vehicle Council’s second workshop on Electric Vehicle Charging and the Grid. The workshop brought together businesses from across the electric vehicle (EV) supply chain to identify opportunities for action.

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AGL Energy

10 May 2019
3 minute read

AGL encourages transparency and engagement with ACCC Consumer Data Right Rules

AGL recently responded to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) consultation on the exposure draft for Consumer Data Right (CDR) banking rules.

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Antony Evans

8 May 2019
3 minute read

Transition at Torrens Island

From September 2019, AGL will progressively mothball the 52-year-old Torrens A Station – starting with A2 and A4 – following the start of commercial operation of the 210MW Barker Inlet Power Station. The four Torrens B generating units will continue to operate as normal.

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AGL Energy

2 May 2019
2 minute read

AGL’s submission on reforms to intervention compensation and settlement processes

On 2 May 2019, AGL made a submission to the Australian Energy Market Commission on the intervention compensation and settlement processes rule change.

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AGL Energy

1 May 2019
2 minute read

AGL Submission Coordination of Generation and Transmission Investment – Access and Charging consultation paper

AGL recently responded to the AEMC’s consultation on its proposed approach to transmission access and charging.

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AGL Energy

1 May 2019
2 minute read

AGL’s submissions on reforming the Victorian Gas Market

On 1 May 2019, AGL made three submissions to the Australian Energy Market Commission on the Victorian Declared Wholesale Gas Market rule changes.

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AGL Energy

18 April 2019
2 minute read

ERA – Draft Decision on ATCO’s Access Arrangement for 2020 – 2024 (AA5)

The ERA’s draft decision forms part of an ongoing consultation with stakeholders concerning ATCO Gas Australia’s access arrangement to the Mid-West and South-West Gas Distribution Systems in Western Australia for 2020- 2024.

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AGL Energy

18 April 2019
3 minute read

Solar powered Easter eggs

We all know about (and expect) the increased energy that comes with eating chocolate, but have you ever thought about the amount of energy it takes to make it? It takes a lot of cooling to keep Easter eggs at the perfect eating temperature. That’s why Heritage Fine Chocolates (now Darrell Lea Chocolates), have installed AGL solar panels at their Rowville factory - reducing their energy costs and emissions.

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Phaedra Deckart

17 April 2019
8 minutes

EUAA paper proposes solutions to gas supply shortages

The Energy Users Association of Australia released a National Gas Strategy Discussion Paper proposing solutions to gas supply issues. How does this support steps AGL is taking to address gas supply?

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AGL Energy

16 April 2019

AGL supports the Essential Services Commission Victoria on Family Violence provisions

The Essential Services Commission Victoria (ESC) recently consulted on their draft decision on family violence provisions for energy retailers. AGL has been actively engaging and supporting the ESC on this matter which you can read more about here.

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AGL Energy

16 April 2019
3 minute read

Flexing supply

How is our portfolio evolving to meet changes in demand and technology? Peaking power, like the proposed Kanmantoo Pumped Hydro project can be flexible and responsive to demand – providing extra energy when it’s needed most.

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AGL Energy

11 April 2019
3 minute read

Evolving and expanding: Big battery performing well

One of the big questions with renewables is, what happens when the sun’s not shining and the wind’s not blowing? Flexible and firming energy sources like large-scale battery storage is the answer.

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AGL Energy

9 April 2019
4 minute read

AGL's submission to the Victorian energy fact sheets technical draft decision

AGL recently responded to the Essential Service Commission of Victoria’s (the Commission’s) draft decision on the technical draft decision for the implementation of new Victorian energy fact sheets. Find out more.

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AGL Energy

8 April 2019
2 minuter read

AGL's submission to the Essential Services Commission on the Victorian Default Offer Draft Advice

On 4 April, AGL made a submission to the Essential Services Commission on the Victorian Default Offer Draft Advice. Read more.

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AGL Energy

4 April 2019
2 minute read

AGL Submission to the National Hydrogen Strategy Taskforce’s Request for Input

The development of a hydrogen industry in Australia is a compelling opportunity to consider. AGL made a submission to the Taskforce’s request for input, which is available here.

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AGL Energy

28 March 2019
4 minute read

A priceless experience

Working flexibly and taking the parental leave available to you could be one of the best things you ever do! We’re proud to share how our very own Mark Ferris has embraced his important role at home and at work.

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Richard Wrightson

26 March 2019
6 minute read

Coal constraints in NSW and energy prices following the sudden closure of Hazelwood

The Victoria Energy Policy Centre released a working paper focusing on market outcomes following the closure of Hazelwood Power Station in 2017. Looking at the VEPC report, there is an alternative reading for much of what it relies upon in drawing its conclusions.

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AGL Energy

25 March 2019
2 minute read

AGL submission on QLD NERL Review

AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to provide feedback to the Review of the National Energy Retail Law in Queensland - Discussion Paper (Discussion Paper) being conducted by the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy (Department).

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AGL Energy

22 March 2019
3 minute read

AGL support consumer experience testing for consumer data right

AGL recently provided a submission to CSIRO’s Data61 report for the Consumer Experience under the Consumer Data Right (CDR). Read the submission here.

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AGL Energy

22 March 2019
4 minute read

AGL comment on proposed Consumer Data Right in energy models

The Australian Competition Consumer Commission (ACCC) recently released a discussion paper which sets out three models for accessing consumer...

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AGL Energy

21 March 2019
2 minute read

Submission in response to the AEMC's ISP Priority Projects – SA Energy Transformation Rule (ERC0258)

AGL welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Australian Energy Market Commission’s (AEMC) consultation paper on the ISP Priority Projects – SA Energy Transformation Rule (ERC0258). Read the submission here.

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AGL Energy

21 March 2019
2 minute read

Submission in response to AEMO's 2019 Planning and Forecasting Consultation Paper

AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) 2019 Planning and Forecasting Consultation Paper. Read more here.

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AGL Energy

21 March 2019
2 minute read

Submission to the Australian Energy Regulator’s Draft Determination on Default Market Offer Price

On March 20, AGL took the opportunity to comment on the Australian Energy Regulator’s (AER) Draft Determination on a Default Market Offer (DMO) Price. Read more here.

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AGL Energy

21 March 2019
4 minute read

Using data to make better decisions

Data and analytics are critical for AGL’s success – in enabling growth opportunities, building trust and helping us respond to an industry that is always changing, where technology is transforming the way customers engage with us.

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Theo Comino

19 March 2019
5 minute read

Speaking of climate change…

AGL has sought to play a leading role in the way business engages on the important issue of climate change. We’ve given serious consideration to the physical and transitional risks and opportunities associated with climate change and the transition towards a low-carbon economy. Read more.

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AGL Energy

15 March 2019
4 minute read

Updating the regulatory framework for embedded networks

On 31 January 2019 the Commission published a Draft Report that proposes a draft package of law and rule changes for public consultation. AGL’s submission in response to this draft report is available here.

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AGL Energy

14 March 2019
2 minute read

NT Emergency Gas Supply Arrangements consultation paper

In March 2019, AGL made a submission to the AEMC on whether the gas facilities of LNG exporters in Northern Territory should be required to report capacity and flow information to the Gas Bulletin Board.

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AGL Energy

13 March 2019
4 minute read

Working in Silverton, for Silverton

As operators of the Silverton Wind Farm, we’re proud members of the community. The 200 MW Silverton Wind Farm project, owned by the Powering Australian Renewables Fund, had the last blade installed on the final turbine on 27 February.

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AGL Energy

13 March 2019
2 minute read

AGL's submission on the Industry Code (Electricity Retail)

AGL’s submission in response to the Public Consultation Paper for the Competition and Consumer (Industry Code – Electricity Retail) Regulations 2019 is available here.

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AGL Energy

12 March 2019
3 minute read

Submission to the ESB's Consultation on Draft Metrics for the Strategic Energy Plan

On 14 February 2019, the Energy Security Board (ESB) published draft metrics to track progress against its Strategic Energy Plan. The Strategic Energy Plan has been developed by the ESB to provide a clear strategic focus for the COAG Energy Council’s work.

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AGL Energy

8 March 2019
2 minute read

Submission to recommendation 41 - AER monitoring of contracts markets

In March 2019, AGL made a submission to the Energy Security Board on whether the role of the AER should be expanded to include monitoring of the financial contract markets.

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AGL Energy

8 March 2019
8 minute read

Better the balance, better the world

#IWD offers us the opportunity to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women around the world. This year, the day calls for us to accelerate towards gender balance, with the theme #BalanceforBetter.

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Colin Mills

6 March 2019
7 minute read

On the road to delivering more peaking power

Barker Inlet Power Station is a peaking gas plant, which means it’s flexible in rapidly responding to demand. This week, AGL received the first of 12 engines for the power station.

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AGL Energy

5 March 2019
6 minute read

AGL urges appropriate consideration of Consumer Data Right Bill

AGL recently participated in the Senate Inquiry process for the Consumer Data Right Bill 2019, making a formal submission and appearing before the Senate Committee in the public hearing on 5 March 2019.

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AGL Energy

4 March 2019
1 minute read

AGL responds to the AER draft hardship guidelines

AGL recently responded to the Australian Energy Regulator’s (AER) draft hardship guideline for delivering better outcomes for consumers in hardship.

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Damien Nicks

4 March 2019
9 minute read

Investing to help energy affordability

Making energy more affordable for our customers, particularly those struggling to pay their bills, is a top priority for AGL. Find out how we’re investing our money for the benefit of our customers and the community.

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AGL Energy

27 February 2019
5 minute read

Progressing our lighting efficiency upgrade on site

Last year we committed $11m to Stage 1 of large-scale lighting upgrade across AGL’s operating facilities. Once complete, we expect the whole project to reduce our carbon impact by 35,000 tCO2e/y – that’s the equivalent of taking over 10,500 cars off the road for a year.

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AGL Energy

27 February 2019
6 minute read

Recognising a local hero

We’re committed the safety of our people and the communities we operate in. This responsibility for community safety shone through one rainy day last year, when our Production Operator at Camden, Blake Collins, rescued a family involved in a car accident.

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AGL Energy

22 February 2019
6 minute read

Prepping our sites for peak period

During those really hot days in Summer, energy demand hits its peak. To help maintain safe, sustainable and reliable energy for our customers and the community, we recently made a number of upgrades on site.

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AGL Energy

21 February 2019
5 minute read

Submission to the AEMC’s rule change on Market Making Arrangements in the NEM

On 8 February AGL made this submission to the AEMC’s Market Making Arrangements in the NEM rule change.

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Marg Mitchell

19 February 2019
7 minute read

Solar and then some…

Late last year AGL awarded numerous community grants for the installation of rooftop solar panels. One of the recipients of this grant was the McLaren Vale District War Memorial Hospital. A knock-on effect of the AGL grant was that state funding previously slated for a rooftop solar panels for the Hospital could now be repurposed for additional benefit to the hospital.

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AGL Energy

18 February 2019
3 minute read

Submission to the Select Committee into Fair Dinkum Power

On 28 November 2018, the Senate established the Select Committee into Fair Dinkum Power. Information regarding the inquiry and AGL's submission in response is available here.

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Jenessa Rabone

15 February 2019
9 minute read

Demystifying the spot market

The concept of supply and demand is fundamental to the mechanics of the wholesale market. But how do generators receive payment for the electricity they produce? Learn more about the bid stack on the spot market.

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AGL Energy

13 February 2019
10 minute read

Supporting what matters to our communities

AGL’s Camden Gas Project Local Community Investment Program invests funds back into the community, for the community. Supporting community initiatives, projects and events that matter to the people in the Macarthur.

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Nigel Browne

11 February 2019
5 minute read

Upgrade is increasing capacity, not emissions

Last week, AGL announced a $25 million investment to boost generation at our Loy Yang Power Station, without increasing coal consumption or emissions.

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AGL Energy

8 February 2019
9 minute read

Submission to the ESC on the Draft Decision, Compliance and Enforcement Policy

AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to provide feedback on the Essential Services Commission of Victoria’s (the Commission’s) Draft Decision, Compliance and Enforcement Policy.

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Dean Smith

8 February 2019
7 minute read

Pumping extra supply when it's needed most

Traditional hydro and pumped hydro generation have an extremely important role to play in an energy mix, because they can provide extra energy quickly in the event of rapid changes in customer demand or outages.

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AGL Energy

7 February 2019
2 minute read

AGL submission to Reliability Panel - AEMO request for protected event Declaration: Consultation Paper

AGL supported AEMO’s recommended options as well as the proposed review process with a focus on evaluating overall implementation as well as assessing the impact of energy storage penetration in the market.

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AGL Energy

7 February 2019
4 minute read

Submission in response to the Draft Industry Behind the Meter Distributed Energy Resources Provider Code

In 2017, the COAG Energy Council requested that industry, consumer groups and other stakeholders develop an industry-wide Code of Conduct proposing consumer protections for customers acquiring new energy products and services.

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AGL Energy

7 February 2019
4 minute read

Submission to the Review of the Regulatory Frameworks for Stand-alone Power Systems Draft Report

The Australian Energy Markets Commission (Commission) is undertaking a review into the regulatory arrangements frameworks for stand-alone power systems under the National Electricity Law, the National Energy Retail Law and associated rules.

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AGL Energy

6 February 2019
5 minute read

Submission in response to the AEMC’s consultation on using a regulatory sandbox for new technology trials

A regulatory sandbox is a framework within which participants can trial innovative concepts in the market under relaxed regulatory requirements at a smaller scale, on a time-limited basis and with appropriate safeguards in place.

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Eleanor McCracken-Hewson

31 January 2019
6 minute read

We can achieve more, together

With a shared goal to progress the culture and develop solutions to deliver energy in line with community expectations, AGL is proud to be a participant in the first whole-of-industry initiative called The Energy Charter.

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Theo Comino

30 January 2019
8 minute read

Tracking our carbon disclosure performance

AGL has responded to the CDP climate change survey since 2011. Last week, scores were announced for 2018 submissions. AGL again achieved a score of ‘B’ putting us in the management band, and above the electricity sector and Oceania regional averages.

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AGL Energy

30 January 2019
2 minute read

Victorian Default Offer for domestic and small business electricity customers

AGL would like to take this opportunity to submit on the Victorian Default Offer for domestic and small business electricity customers: Staff working paper (Working Paper) that the Essential Services Commission (ESC) released on 21 December 2018.

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AGL Energy

25 January 2019
6 minute read

Submission to the Senate Standing Committees on Economics Inquiry into the Treasury Laws Amendment Bill 2018

Read AGL's submission to the Senate Standing Committees on Economics Inquiry into the Treasury Laws Amendment (Prohibiting Energy Market Misconduct) Bill 2018.

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AGL Energy

23 January 2019
6 minute read

A history fuelled by innovation

Proudly Australian for over 180 years, we’re committed to providing safe, sustainable and affordable energy. And with an innovative spirit fuelling our journey, we’ll keep working hard to meet the needs of our customers and the community

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AGL Energy

21 January 2019
8 minute read

How does flexibility work for you?

A flexible workplace fosters innovation, and better reflects the needs and priorities of the community and our customers. We’re proud to share how our very own Nichola Miles has embraced workplace flexibility.

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AGL Energy

18 January 2019
4 minute read

Ensuring consumer privacy protection in new Consumer Data Right regime

AGL recently responded to the Treasury’s consultation on the Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) for the Consumer Data Right (CDR).

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AGL Energy

17 January 2019
7 minute read

How large scale batteries are charging up an energy mix

Operated by AGL, the ElectraNet 30 MW large-scale battery will enhance SA energy security, by supplying stored-energy during peak periods or whenever renewables aren't available.

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Con Hristodoulidis

14 January 2019
8 minute read

The importance of addressing affordability

As an essential service provider, we have a responsibility to take a multi-pronged approach to affordability – addressing not just the ‘now’ in terms of prices & assistance, but also by tackling longer-term affordability by increasing supply.

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AGL Energy

14 January 2019
5 minute read

Submission in response to the ESB’s Consultation on the Retailer Reliability Obligation Detailed Design Issues

Following the COAG Energy Council meeting on 26 October 2018, Ministers agreed that the Energy Security Board (ESB) would progress development of draft amendments to give effect to a Retailer Reliability Obligation (the Obligation).

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AGL Energy

14 January 2019
5 minute read

Submission to AER delivering better outcomes for consumers in hardship

AGL recently responded to the Australian Energy Regulator’s (AER) issues paper that considered additional retailer requirements to include in their upcoming hardship guideline.

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AGL Energy

7 January 2019
4 minute read

Submission to the AEMC’s consultation on a Wholesale Demand Response Mechanism

On 21 December, AGL made a submission to the Australian Energy Market Commission’s consultation on a Wholesale Demand Response Mechanism.