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.
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.
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.
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.
On 8 February AGL made this submission to the AEMC’s Market Making Arrangements in the NEM rule change.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Last week, AGL announced a $25 million investment to boost generation at our Loy Yang Power Station, without increasing coal consumption or emissions.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.