AGL recently responded to the Data Standards Body (DSB) Data61’s technical consultation on electricity endpoint URI’s for the Consumer Data Right. You can read our full submission here.
AGL recently responded to the Essential Services Commission Victoria’s (ESC) consultation on back billing requirements on retailers and distributors.
We’re working responsibly and following the best advice from the government and medical authorities on COVID-19. Many of our people have roles that allow them to work from home, and those people are working remotely. But many of our people need to be on site to do their jobs and can’t work from home. Amanda Richardson is one of those people turning up at site to keep the lights on for millions of Australians.
AGL recently responded to the South Australia Government’s consultation on planned interruptions of energy supply derogation from the National Energy Retail Rules.
AGL welcomes the opportunity to provide comments to the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) in relation to the Draft Determination on the Default Market Offer (DMO) Price for 2020-21 as published on 10 February 2020.
The energy sector is infamously jargon-heavy, and even with a handy glossary of terms at your fingertips it can often be a tough slog reading about developments and issues in the energy industry. One rather abstract term cropping up more frequently is the ‘duck curve’ – but what is a duck curve? And what does it have to do with energy?
AGL recently responded to the ESC’s proposal on setting the maximum cap for embedded networks at the Victorian Default Offer (VDO). You can read our full submission here.
While AGL operates some of the biggest solar farms in Australia, there’s no doubt the smaller projects can have a big impact too – like the solar and battery system on the Devil Ark conservation facility in remote NSW.
How often do you find a mother and son working together in the new renewable energy sector? Well, that’s what Marion and Ken Birt do – and it works for them.
Generating energy for millions of Australians means AGL has operations in local communities across Australia - from the Western Downs to the Latrobe Valley, Mount Beauty to the Hunter Valley, and Torrens Island to Broken Hill.
AGL’s General Manager Data & Analytics, Dayle Stevens, talks with our Executive General Manager Group Operations, Doug Jackson, about the opportunities that big data presents for energy companies.