The devastating bushfire season has been unprecedented. Our communities on the eastern coast have now endured three extreme weather events back to back. There's been drought, the wide-spread bushfires, and – most recently – heavy rain and floods.
AGL’s submission to the AEMC System restart services, standards and testing draft rule determination
AGL has made a submission in response to the AEMC's System restart services, standards and testing draft rule determination.
AGL has made a submission to the AER on Jemena Gas Networks’ revised revenue proposal for the 2020-25 regulatory period.
At its meeting on 22 November 2019, the COAG Energy Council agreed to the Australian Energy Market Commission’s (Commission) Final Report recommendations and asked the Commission to provide advice on the required rule changes.
AGL's submission to the AEMC's draft determination rule: 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) Draft Determination and Rule (Draft Rule) ERC0275: Introduction of metering coordinator planned interruptions.
AGL recently responded to the Australian Energy Market Commission’s (AEMC) consultation on the review of consumer protections in an evolving market for both new energy and traditional retailers.
AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Australian Energy Market Commission’s (AEMC) Short Term Forward Market draft determination (Draft Determination).
AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Australian Energy Market Commission’s (AEMC) draft determination on the Victorian Jurisdictional Derogation to the Reliability and Emergency Reserve Trader (RERT) contracting arrangements.
AGL supports the introduction of an interim mandatory PFR requirement to address declining frequency performance in the National Electricity Market (NEM), while further reforms are implemented to appropriately value and reward provision of frequency control services. Our views on more detailed aspects of the draft rule are set out below.
Cyberattacks are a growing problem in the energy sector overseas. The first known successful cyberattack on a power grid happened in the Ukraine in December 2015 using phishing emails with attached hidden malware – it blacked out approximately 230,000 houses.
In November 2019, the Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) released a Green Hydrogen Discussion Paper is designed to inform the Victorian Hydrogen Investment Program (VHIP). A copy of that paper is available here.
As the energy mix in Australia continues to evolve to incorporate the rapid growth of renewable generation, new technologies are required to support, enable, and push us into the future. While this technological evolution can be as large in scale as turning cities that mine the earth into cities that mine the sun, it can also be much closer to home – like the evolution of the humble electricity meter.
AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to make a submission on the proposed changes to the Victorian Energy Upgrades.
AGL recently responded to the ACCC’s consultation paper on the participation of non-accredited third-party service providers within the Consumer Data Right (CDR) framework.