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).
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.
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.
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.
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.
In April 2019, AEMO released a draft Reliability Forecasting Methodology Issues Paper for consultation.
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.
AGL recently responded to the South Australian Government’s Issues Paper reviewing the Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme (REES).
AGL recently responded to the South Australian Government’s consultation on the proposal to restrict early termination fees imposed by retailers.
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.
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.
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).
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
AGL recently responded to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) consultation on the exposure draft for Consumer Data Right (CDR) banking rules.
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.
On 2 May 2019, AGL made a submission to the Australian Energy Market Commission on the intervention compensation and settlement processes rule change.
On 1 May 2019, AGL made three submissions to the Australian Energy Market Commission on the Victorian Declared Wholesale Gas Market rule changes.
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.