AGL recently responded to the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) consultation on the Consumer Data Right (CDR) Rules amendments.
AGL welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART)’s draft reports on the performance and competitiveness of the NSW retail electricity and gas markets in 2019-20, published on 29 September 2020.
AEMO reviews the allocation of the fees it incurs as the market operator every three to five years to ensure gas and electricity market participants are charged the fees on a simple cost-reflective basis.
As part of the Energy Security Board's post 2025 market design process the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) is proposing to introduce locational marginal pricing (LMP) and financial transmission rights (FTRs) into the NEM.
AGL welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Energy Security Board’s Post-2025 Market Design Consultation Paper. The Post 2025 Market Design project provides a critical opportunity to assess and update the design of the National Electricity Market, to ensure it is fit for purpose for the energy transition that is underway.
From lighting Australia’s first gas street lamp in Sydney in 1841 to embracing new technology, we’ve been innovating to support Australian communities for more than 180 years. Today, we’re collaborating with customers, startups, entrepreneurs & other businesses to spark new ideas about how we better serve our customers.
AGL’s response to the Consultation Paper on the proposed Retailer Energy Productivity Scheme activities, credits and targets
In September 2020, the South Australian Government published a further Consultation Paper on the proposed Retailer Energy Productivity Scheme (REPS) focused on the activities, credits and targets of the REPS.
AGL recently responded to the Treasury Law Amendments (Measures for a later sitting) Bill 2020: amendments of the Consumer Data Right (CDR).
AGL made a submission to the AEMC's Integrating Energy Storage systems into the NEM consultation which considers a rule change proposal by AEMO to include two new participant categories in the NER.
AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Victorian Government’s VRET 2 market sounding consultation.
Through the Energy for Life program, AGL has developed ‘Energy Advice Packs’ which contain information and advice for households about available support, retailer hardship programs and simple tips to save energy around the home.
AGL supports regulatory sandboxing to accelerate innovation and deliver greater benefits to consumers
In 2019, the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) provided advice to the COAG Energy Council on regulatory sandbox arrangements to support proof-of-concept trials in the national electricity and gas markets, including proposed draft rules to implement these changes.
The Western Australian Energy Transformation Taskforce is currently consulting on one aspect of its Distributed Energy Resources (DER) Roadmap, that sets out the WA Government’s forward vision for the integration of the DER into the WA market over the next five years.
AGL calls for balanced decision-making in the development of technical standards for distributed energy resources
The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) is consulting on the content of initial minimum distributed energy resource (DER) technical standards.
When our VPP customers check their billing, they can now also see performance data about their solar & battery system. Hear more about this Australian-first digital experience from Dylan Verheijden, one of our unique customers who's also on the team behind the tech!
AGL Energy (AGL) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Energy Security Board’s (ESB) consultation on the Interim Reliability Measure amendment to the RRO Trigger.
Today we’re pleased to announce our support for intersex communities across Australia and New Zealand by affirming the Darlington Statement.