On 1 July 2019, the National Hydrogen Strategy Taskforce released nine issues papers relating to the further development of a national hydrogen strategy.
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).
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.
The Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain project is a major collaboration between leading Australian and Japanese companies, and the Victorian, Australian and Japanese Governments.
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.
AGL recently responded to Treasury’s consultation on the banking designation instrument for the Consumer Data Right (CDR).
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.
Today AGL made a submission on a rule change that would introduce a Demand Management Incentive Scheme and Innovation Allowance for transmission businesses.
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.
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).
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.