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).
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.
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?
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.
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.
Read AGL's submission to the Independent Accountability Panel.
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.
AGL recently submitted a response to the Australian Energy Regulator in relation to the Default Market Offer Price 2020-21
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.
AGL’s submission to the Essential Service Commission in response to its draft decision on the Victorian Default Offer.
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).
People have been harnessing the power of flowing water for millenia – but how does hydro power fit into our energy mix today?
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).
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?
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.
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.
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?