AGL has made a submission to the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) Capacity commitment and Synchronous service directions paper agreeing that a new approach to procure, value, and schedule essential system services in the NEM is needed to ensure efficient timely incentives for the provision of and investment in essential system services.
AGL responds to the AEMC Primary frequency response incentives arrangements draft rule determination
AGL has responded to the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) Primary frequency response (PFR) incentive arrangements draft rule determination.
The Essential Services Commission is proposing a number of changes to the way energy retailers and distribution businesses self-report contraventions of the Victorian energy laws and regulations.
Read AGL’s submission to the Essential Services Commission of Victoria Making the Energy Retail Code a Code of Practice Review.
AGL submitted a response to the Energy Ministers' consultation on proposed amendments to the National Electricity Law and National Electricity Rules to incorporate CDR functionality.
Last year AGL signed up to the Valuable 500 and we launched our first Disability Action Plan to play our part in improving accessibility and inclusion for the 4.3 million people who live with disability in Australia.