The Energy Security Board (ESB) recently consulted on their proposed Data Strategy. The Data Strategy includes 32 recommendations across four pillars.
For more than 180 years, AGL has been innovating with our customers to deliver increasingly simple and convenient experiences that provide choice, value and flexibility.
Chris Goodyear, Head of Legal – Major Projects, Operations and People, recently shared some of his experiences at AGL and how, as a business, we’re overcoming complex challenges and delivering exceptional outcomes for our customers and communities.
AGL has provided a submission in response to the release of the exposure draft of the Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure) Bill 2020 as part of the cybersecurity reforms.
AGL has provided a submission to the Gas Reservation Scheme Issues Paper released by the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources.
AGL has provided a submission for a rule change requested by AEMO seeks to improve and clarify AEMO's existing maintenance coordination function in the NGR, and to remove the inconsistency between the NGL and the NGR with regard to the definition of producer and storage provider.
AGL recently responded to the NSW Government Department of Planning, Industry & Environment’s (the Department) consultation on proposed changes to the NSW Social Programs for Energy Code.
AGL has made a submission in response to the AER’s Position Paper on the 2021-22 Default Market Offer for electricity customers in New South Wales, South Australia and South East Queensland.
AGL’s submission on the proposed amendments to South Australia’s Emergency Management Act 2004 (EM Act)
AGL recently responded to the South Australian government’s draft Emergency Management (Electricity Supply Emergencies) Amendment Bill 2020 (Draft Bill) which proposed changes to the EM Act.
AGL recently responded to the Australian Energy Market Commission's (AEMC) Retailer of Last Resort (RoLR) review consultation.
AGL welcomes the AEMC’s proposed clarifications to the rules governing how market participants are compensated for the services they are directed by AEMO to provide.
AGL welcomes the AEMC’s draft rule to implement a framework for affected participant compensation for frequency control ancillary services (FCAS) losses.
At AGL, we believe progress is powered by our people. That’s why we’re showcasing our People Promise and the unique employee experiences we offer our people right across the business.
Our path towards reconciliation includes the development of a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) – which we will launch later this year – but our vision remains to nurture respectful partnerships and create meaningful opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Alisha Bailey, Head of Digital Product and Experience in AGL’s Future Business and Technology team was recently awarded Digital Experience Leader of the Year in the 2020 Women in Digital Awards. Read her story.
AGL recently responded to the Australian Governments Data Availability and Transparency (DAT) Bill. Read more here.
The Department of Premier and Cabinet recently updated the Cyber Security Subplan arrangements to align with the new State Emergency Management Plan.
AGL recently responded to the AEMC’s rule change proposal for the Bill Contents and billing requirements rule change request from Minister Angus Taylor.