On 15 May, AGL made a submission in response to Energy Policy WA’s draft Behind-the-Meter Code of Practice (BTM Code), that has been developed alongside the proposed WA regulatory framework for alternative electricity services.
On 16 June, AGL responded to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) interested party consultation regarding the Clean Energy Council’s (Applicant) Solar Retailer Code reauthorisation.
In November 2019 the NSW Government released the NSW Electricity Strategy. The NSW Energy Security Target & Safeguard Consultation Paper, which was released in May 2020, seeks feedback on the implementation of the Strategy’s Energy Security Target and the Energy Security Safeguard.
On 26 June, AGL made a submission in response to the WA Energy Transformation Taskforce’s Energy Transformation Strategy: Proposed Changes to the Electricity Networks Access Code, Consultation Paper, May 2020.
AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) deferral of network charges rule change request.
In May 2020, the Commonwealth Government published its Technology Roadmap Discussion Paper: A framework to accelerate low emissions technologies. A copy of the paper is available here.
AGL has made a submission in relation to the Australian Energy Regulator’s Issues Paper on the regulatory proposals from the five electricity distribution networks in Victoria for five year period from 1 July 2021.
Perth Energy’s 120 MW Kwinana Swift Power Station underwent some delicate maintenance recently… involving us physically lifting the entire generator out of its housing. Have a look inside.
The Energy Security Board (ESB) recently published a consultation paper for an Interim Reliability Measure in the NEM.
As an essential service provider and a large employer in regional communities it’s important that we create shared value by partnering with the communities where we operate. We’ve asked them what they think and what they’d like to see from us.
COVID-19 has disrupted the way many of us work. How do we balance making sure our people are safe – while making sure our graduates and apprentices aren’t disadvantaged by circumstances out of their control?
We’re partnering with Voices for Power to help improve energy literacy within culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities.
As we transition into a new energy future, climate-related risks are a major consideration. That’s why we regularly model future scenarios in accordance with the TCFD.