AGL Energy

AGL Energy

Proudly Australian, with more than 180 years of experience,  we operate the country’s largest electricity generation portfolio, we’re its largest ASX-listed investor in renewable energy, and we have 3.6 million customer accounts.  Our aim is to prosper in a carbon-constrained world and build customer advocacy as our industry transforms. That’s why we have committed to exiting our coal-fired generation by 2050 and why we will continue to develop innovative solutions for our customers.

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AGL Energy

16 June 2021
4 min Read

What it means to offset carbon

As we transition to a new energy future, Australians are increasingly looking to live more sustainable lives – by minimising and mitigating their carbon emissions. But how does carbon offsetting work?

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Christine Corbett

24 May 2021
3 minute read

Customer driven innovation

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.

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AGL Energy

17 February 2021
3 minute read

Ask AGL…

Did you know you can ‘Ask Alexa’ to help you monitor your energy usage? Amazon Alexa has developed an app so you can ask her to pay your bill, help you understand and manage your energy consumption, and even let you know when it’s the right time to turn off household appliances!

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AGL Energy

21 January 2021
5 minute read

Growing with AGL

Scott Milliner on being different and giving apprentices their start.

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AGL Energy

23 December 2020
8 minute read

Energy storage solutions can drive energy affordability

Home batteries can play a key role in helping energy consumers take control of their energy usage and costs.

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AGL Energy

3 December 2020
4 minute read

Equal opportunity to progress and grow

To recognise International Day of People with Disability (3 December), two of our Disability Working Group members – Chris Nicholson-Doyle and Flora McGrath – share their experiences of living with, and caring for people, with a disability.

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AGL Energy

30 November 2020
3 minute read

Powering progress with a legal lens

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.

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AGL Energy

12 November 2020
3 minute read

Keeping our promise to our people

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.

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AGL Energy

9 November 2020
5 minute read

Expanding hearts and minds on the reconciliation journey

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.

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AGL Energy

9 November 2020
2 minute read

Tech careers in focus: Meet Alisha

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.

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AGL Energy

13 October 2020
3 minute read

Energy Advice Packs

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.

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AGL Energy

5 October 2020
3 minute read

AGL affirms the Darlington Statement

Today we’re pleased to announce our support for intersex communities across Australia and New Zealand by affirming the Darlington Statement.

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AGL Energy

28 September 2020
3 minute read

Driving disability inclusion globally

This week, AGL committed to The Valuable 500, a global collective aiming to improve disability inclusion and accessibility. This makes us the first Australian energy company to join the collective!

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AGL Energy

17 July 2020
2 minute read

You little butane at Wallumbilla

Butane is a useful gas, with almost limitless applications. In fact, you’ve probably used some today already with your own hands. And now we’re using it in a world-first to power one of our Queensland sites in a more sustainable and efficient way.

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AGL Energy

16 July 2020
3 minute read

Lighting up the streets of Sydney

Today we light up millions of homes and businesses. But in 1837, we had a much humbler mission: light up the Sydney streets with gas lamps.

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AGL Energy

14 July 2020
4 minute read

Evolving as the market evolves

As the renewables market continues to mature, our generation portfolio is continuing to evolve so it can best meet the needs of the market with flexible and firming generation and storage.

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AGL Energy

9 July 2020
2 minute read

Coal, conveyor belts, and creativity

30 km of coal conveyors feed AGL Loy Yang. What happens when you need to clean spillage, but the right tool for the job doesn’t exist? If you’re the operators at Loy Yang, you draw on our history of supporting innovation – and you make your own.

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AGL Energy

18 June 2020
3 minute read

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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.

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AGL Energy

3 June 2020
4 minute read

Supporting our graduates and apprentices

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?

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AGL Energy

27 May 2020
6 minute read

Spotlight on: flexible generation

The rise of renewable energy and the demand on the national grid is changing. There’s a pivotal need for generation that’s flexible – and that can respond to sudden peaks in demand within minutes. Why is that important – and what does it look like?

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AGL Energy

18 May 2020
5 minute read

Protecting our people and our assets

Safety is our number one priority on our generation sites. That’s why we put in place wide-ranging measures to stop the spread of COVID-19 onto our sites, which generate power for millions of Australians.

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AGL Energy

5 May 2020
4 minute read

LED there be light

How many dollars does it take to change tens of thousands of light bulbs? We know exactly how many: $500,000, every year, just in maintenance costs. That’s one of many reasons we’re upgrading our power station lighting to long-lasting LEDs.

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AGL Energy

29 April 2020
5 minute read

Breaking down barriers to rooftop solar

This year marks the third year of the Gill Owen Essay Prize – a prize for young Australians who seek to build on Dr Owen’s legacy by discussing changes to policy which could improve our future outlook for energy efficiency and social equity – two areas in which Dr Owen campaigned tirelessly.

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AGL Energy

21 April 2020
4 minute read

Drones: taking inspections to new depths

The use of drone technology is rapidly growing, from amateur enthusiasts to trained and qualified pilots in steel caps inspecting industrial sites.

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AGL Energy

16 April 2020
3 minute read

Investing in the future of work

Over the past few weeks, working from home has become the norm for millions of people around the world.

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AGL Energy

3 April 2020
2 minute read

Buddying up at Mount Beauty

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is beginning to be realised across the world – but people in Australian communities are stepping up to the crease to lend their mates a hand – however they can. One of those people is one of our people – Gary Cox, Business Improvement Specialist in our operational division.

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AGL Energy

25 March 2020
2 minute read

Taking control at Torrens

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.

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AGL Energy

12 March 2020
4 minute read

Explainer: the duck curve

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?

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AGL Energy

6 March 2020
2 minute read

Devils in the details

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.

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AGL Energy

5 March 2020
3 minute read

People-powered progress at Mount Beauty

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.

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AGL Energy

3 March 2020
3 minute read

Developing shared value with our communities

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.

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AGL Energy

2 March 2020
3 minute read

From data to results at the speed of light

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.

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AGL Energy

31 January 2020
2 minute read

Shining a light on our people

As an essential service provider and one of Australia’s oldest companies, we take our role in in the community seriously. We’re committed to our purpose, ‘Progress for Life’, which is a relentless determination to make things better for our customers, our communities, our planet, and our economy.

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AGL Energy

31 January 2020
3 minute read

People-powered progress at Torrens and Barker Inlet Power Stations

AGL has a long history in Australia – we’re 184 years old. And for many people, it’s almost a family business – just ask Jim and Jonathan Schroeter.

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AGL Energy

31 January 2020
3 minute read

People-powered progress at Silverton

Broken Hill is one of the oldest cities in Australia. The Silver City has been a mining town for more than a century. And according to AGL’s Adam Mackett, Broken Hill and nearby Silverton are going to continue being mining towns for decades to come – but they’re going to mining something very different.

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AGL Energy

29 January 2020
3 minute read

Spotlight on: batteries

The rapid uptake of renewable generation in Australia – especially rooftop solar, which ANU notes is the largest per-capita in the world – means our energy mix is evolving faster than ever.

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AGL Energy

23 January 2020
4 minute read

Setting the standards for energy in Australia - literally

According to a recent report by the ANU Energy Change Institute, Australia has about 9 GW of roof mounted solar PV deployed, which is by far the largest per capita rooftop-PV deployment in the world1. So how do energy retailers and infrastructure engineers ensure that people feel confident that their new solar panel, or their battery, or their electric vehicle charger is safe and performs as advertised? This is where Standards Australia comes in.

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AGL Energy

24 December 2019
3 minute read

Keeping the lights on

As many of us unwrap Christmas presents and settle in for dinner with family and friends, hundreds of people will be working at generation sites across Australia to keep the power flowing.

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AGL Energy

2 December 2019
5 minute read

Preparing for the summer period

We’re prepped and ready for the peak summer period. We’ve invested $150m in summer readiness, with preparations for this peak period starting at the end of last summer.

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AGL Energy

19 November 2019
3 minute read

Knifeless splice at Loy Yang A

More than 30 km of heavy-duty conveyer belts support the Latrobe Valley’s Loy Yang A power station in Victoria – and invariably, these conveyer belts get damaged and have to be repaired. The 50-80 repairs – or belt splices – that are completed each year are carried out by contractors from Belle Banne Conveyer Services. After a spate of knife-injuries at parent company Fenner Dunlop, they asked – is it possible to make these repairs without knives, and decrease the injury rate?

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AGL Energy

4 November 2019
7 minute read

Fast and flexible energy from Barker Inlet Power Station

The influx of utility-scale renewables and rooftop solar means there’s a greater need for highly flexible firming energy sources which can be activated at a moment’s notice during times of high demand. The Barker Inlet Power Station (or BIPS) is nearing the final stages of construction, and it exemplifies this firming capacity.

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AGL Energy

23 October 2019
8 minute read

The ABCs of Energy

Do you know your VPPs from your DMOs? Your PVs from your EVs? And just what is the Paris Agreement anyway? We’ve compiled the most commonly used terms from the energy sector in a handy reference.

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AGL Energy

14 October 2019
4 minute read

Spotlight on: hydro

People have been harnessing the power of flowing water for millenia – but how does hydro power fit into our energy mix today?

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AGL Energy

10 October 2019
4 minute read

How demand response works for commercial and industrial participants

The rapid uptake of renewables has created an energy demand that is peakier than ever, raising the profile – and the importance – of demand response, particularly for commercial and industrial customers. But what is demand response – and why is it so important?

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AGL Energy

17 September 2019
3 minute read

Supporting STEM Sisters at AGL Loy Yang

It’s important to encourage the next generation of STEM superstars to follow their dreams. AGL Loy Yang hosted a group of Year 10 girls from Traralgon Secondary College and Lowanna College onsite and gave them a unique opportunity to see the inner workings of one of Victoria’s largest power station.

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AGL Energy

13 September 2019
3 minute read

Spotlight on Mount Beauty Community

This is Mount Beauty. We’ve been operating in this amazing part of Victoria since 2005, and we’ve created a close relationship with the community there. Investing in energy generation is a priority for us - but equally important is supporting the community and what matters to them.

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AGL Energy

12 September 2019
3 minute read

Change normal: you can’t be what you can’t see

Meera Shanaaz Aneez has spent 20 years in technology – and now she’s inspiring young women to enter STEM too. Her work and life is featured in this month’s edition of the Australian Women’s Weekly as part of the 2019 Women of the Future awards.

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AGL Energy

3 September 2019
3 minute read

Investing in cutting-edge offline protection

We understand the importance of Loy Yang A to Victoria’s electricity supply and that’s why we’re embracing the best tech to maintain and preserve Unit 2 during repairs.

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AGL Energy

29 August 2019
5 minute read

Supporting country women

As an essential service provider, with most of our operational sites in regional and country areas, AGL is committed to supporting our farmers. We’ve partnered with the University of the Sunshine Coast and Lifeline to bring to life real stories of country women living through drought and adversity.

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AGL Energy

28 August 2019
4 minute read

Pumping infrastructure for Loy Yang

Next month AGL Loy Yang will complete DWPS11 – a fire control and pumping system for the Loy Yang mine capable of moving an Olympic pool’s worth of water 300m high in 15 minutes. Find out how this innovation was managed.

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AGL Energy

23 August 2019
3 minute read

Firm support for an evolving energy mix

The energy market is changing – and we need to take the lead and look at what energy mix will suit the dynamics of the market. We’re taking a look at the role of firming capacity to support that mix.

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AGL Energy

15 August 2019
4 minute read

Spotlight On: Newcastle Gas Storage Facility

The Newcastle Gas Storage Facility is a crucial piece of energy infrastructure in NSW, delivering a stable and reliable supply of gas to meet ever-changing demand in the region.

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AGL Energy

6 August 2019
4 minute read

Follow your dreams – no matter what

Graduate electrical engineer Junieta Sequeira knew she wanted to be an engineer – and chased that dream, despite the protestations of her family and friends. Now she’s championing diversity at AGL.

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AGL Energy

22 July 2019
3 minute read

Scalable solar: a solution for remote locations?

AGL recently finished a 2.12 MW solar facility at Santos’ Port Bonython hydrocarbon processing facility in South Australia. The modular, bespoke solution is an interesting example for other organisations with remote operations.

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AGL Energy

19 July 2019
3 minute read

Collaborative hydrogen project progressing

The Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain project is a major collaboration between leading Australian and Japanese companies, and the Victorian, Australian and Japanese Governments.

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AGL Energy

17 July 2019
3 minute read

Engaging the community on what matters to them

Our Staying Connected program is for the benefit of vulnerable customers but it’s only going to be of benefit, if the community is aware of it. That’s why we proactively engage on the issues that matter to our customers, like last week’s ConnectEd session hosted by Uniting Communities in SA which was translated into four different languages.

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AGL Energy

4 July 2019
4 minute read

From glitch to glory: lighting up Sydney 2000

It’s one of the most iconic scenes in Australian sporting history – but a heart-stopping glitch added some extra drama to the Sydney 2000 Opening Ceremony. Find out how a small group of AGL engineers were involved in this infamous moment.

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AGL Energy

2 July 2019
3 minute read

Keep on trucking to peaking power

Keep on trucking! The first of three massive transformers arrive at the Barker Inlet Power Station, which when complete later this year will provide quickstart peaking power and grid stability for South Australia.

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AGL Energy

27 June 2019
3 minute read

Powering Pride in Gippsland

The Gippsland Pride Cup is in its third year – and more exciting and popular than ever before. Especially in regional areas, sports clubs are places where young people can feel a real sense of belonging – and it’s vital to support that.

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AGL Energy

20 June 2019
3 minute read

Why we’re taking action to address family and domestic violence

When it comes to family and domestic violence, we refuse to be bystanders. We are committed to leading by example and changing normal so we can address this devastating issue.

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AGL Energy

13 June 2019
3 minute read

Giving customers greater control with Energy Alerts

Want to keep on top of your energy usage with your voice? You can now link your AGL account to Amazon Alexa or the Google Assistant and enable notifications.

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AGL Energy

11 June 2019
2 minute read

Take a look at the Silverton Wind Farm

The 200MW Silverton Wind Farm is almost finished. Get up close and personal with an exclusive drive – and fly – through the wind farm.

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AGL Energy

6 June 2019
4 minute read

Change normal: Molly’s path to AGL

Electrician Molly Miller’s gone from being daunted by her all-male classes – to inspiring other young women to consider careers in STEM. Read more about her inspirational story.

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AGL Energy

30 May 2019
3 minute read

Component arrives for Coopers Gap

Coopers Gap Wind Farm Project recently saw the largest and heaviest section of the 3.8MW tower arrive at site. This section of the tower weighs 77 tonnes, has a diameter of 5 metres and is 13.6 metres long.

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AGL Energy

28 May 2019
5 minute read

Explainer: the National Electricity Market

Imagine 40,000 km of electricity lines and cables – more than three times the diameter of the Earth – spreading from Port Douglas in Far North Queensland down to Hobart in Tasmania and west into Port Lincoln in South Australia.

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AGL Energy

18 April 2019
3 minute read

Solar powered Easter eggs

We all know about (and expect) the increased energy that comes with eating chocolate, but have you ever thought about the amount of energy it takes to make it? It takes a lot of cooling to keep Easter eggs at the perfect eating temperature. That’s why Heritage Fine Chocolates (now Darrell Lea Chocolates), have installed AGL solar panels at their Rowville factory - reducing their energy costs and emissions.

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AGL Energy

16 April 2019
3 minute read

Flexing supply

How is our portfolio evolving to meet changes in demand and technology? Peaking power, like the proposed Kanmantoo Pumped Hydro project can be flexible and responsive to demand – providing extra energy when it’s needed most.

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AGL Energy

11 April 2019
3 minute read

Evolving and expanding: Big battery performing well

One of the big questions with renewables is, what happens when the sun’s not shining and the wind’s not blowing? Flexible and firming energy sources like large-scale battery storage is the answer.

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AGL Energy

28 March 2019
4 minute read

A priceless experience

Working flexibly and taking the parental leave available to you could be one of the best things you ever do! We’re proud to share how our very own Mark Ferris has embraced his important role at home and at work.

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AGL Energy

21 March 2019
4 minute read

Using data to make better decisions

Data and analytics are critical for AGL’s success – in enabling growth opportunities, building trust and helping us respond to an industry that is always changing, where technology is transforming the way customers engage with us.

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AGL Energy

13 March 2019
4 minute read

Working in Silverton, for Silverton

As operators of the Silverton Wind Farm, we’re proud members of the community. The 200 MW Silverton Wind Farm project, owned by the Powering Australian Renewables Fund, had the last blade installed on the final turbine on 27 February.

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AGL Energy

8 March 2019
8 minute read

Better the balance, better the world

#IWD offers us the opportunity to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women around the world. This year, the day calls for us to accelerate towards gender balance, with the theme #BalanceforBetter.

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AGL Energy

27 February 2019
5 minute read

Progressing our lighting efficiency upgrade on site

Last year we committed $11m to Stage 1 of large-scale lighting upgrade across AGL’s operating facilities. Once complete, we expect the whole project to reduce our carbon impact by 35,000 tCO2e/y – that’s the equivalent of taking over 10,500 cars off the road for a year.

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AGL Energy

27 February 2019
6 minute read

Recognising a local hero

We’re committed the safety of our people and the communities we operate in. This responsibility for community safety shone through one rainy day last year, when our Production Operator at Camden, Blake Collins, rescued a family involved in a car accident.

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AGL Energy

22 February 2019
6 minute read

Prepping our sites for peak period

During those really hot days in Summer, energy demand hits its peak. To help maintain safe, sustainable and reliable energy for our customers and the community, we recently made a number of upgrades on site.

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AGL Energy

13 February 2019
10 minute read

Supporting what matters to our communities

AGL’s Camden Gas Project Local Community Investment Program invests funds back into the community, for the community. Supporting community initiatives, projects and events that matter to the people in the Macarthur.

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AGL Energy

23 January 2019
6 minute read

A history fuelled by innovation

Proudly Australian for over 180 years, we’re committed to providing safe, sustainable and affordable energy. And with an innovative spirit fuelling our journey, we’ll keep working hard to meet the needs of our customers and the community

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AGL Energy

21 January 2019
8 minute read

How does flexibility work for you?

A flexible workplace fosters innovation, and better reflects the needs and priorities of the community and our customers. We’re proud to share how our very own Nichola Miles has embraced workplace flexibility.

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AGL Energy

17 January 2019
7 minute read

How large scale batteries are charging up an energy mix

Operated by AGL, the ElectraNet 30 MW large-scale battery will enhance SA energy security, by supplying stored-energy during peak periods or whenever renewables aren't available.

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AGL Energy

12 December 2018
6 minute read

Trading sunshine with AGL Solar Exchange

While Australia is leading the way in the installation of rooftop solar systems, there are many people who can’t put panels on their roof. This could be because they are renting, living in an apartment or a home without a suitable roof, or there may be financial constraints preventing the investment.

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AGL Energy

7 November 2018
7 minute read

How energy retailers can be disruptors too

AGL was recently recognised at the Australian Computer Society (ACS) Digital Disruptor Awards for delivering industry-leading digital experiences, products and services for our customers.

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AGL Energy

1 November 2018
6 minute read

Planning ahead and collaboration are the ingredients for a strong future

No forced redundancies’ is a commitment we’ve made to our people at Liddell as we work towards its long-planned retirement in 2022. For us, long-term planning and making sure our people and the community are supported in the transition is not negotiable.

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AGL Energy

31 October 2018
11 minute read

10 years of research into carbon capture

The transition to a low carbon future will require a range of solutions and this is why we are proud to partner with CSIRO and others in carbon capture research over the past 10 years. But what does this have to do with tomatoes?

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AGL Energy

30 October 2018
9 minute read

Rewarding and harnessing the collective power of customers

The Peak Energy Rewards programs kicks in during periods of high demand. Offering a financial incentive for customers to electively reduce their electricity consumption for short periods of time to collectively lessen the load on the electricity grid.

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AGL Energy

25 September 2018
7 minute read

One Stop, One Story Vulnerability Hub

The ‘One Stop, One Story Vulnerability Hub’ acts as a connector, bringing the available support to the person rather than them having to seek it through complex pathways, over and over again.

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AGL Energy

3 September 2018
4 minute read

Transforming to a renewable hub

Our commitment to a progressive energy future is as evident as ever in Broken Hill and Silverton where the city has transformed to a renewable energy hub. A heritage city that used to mine the earth, is now mining the sun and wind for energy.

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AGL Energy

27 July 2018
5 minute read

AGL's contribution to the National Electricity Market

The National Electricity Market (NEM) is a wholesale energy market which transports electricity from power stations to consumers and large industrial users. As detailed in ‘The Health of the National Electricity Market’ late last year, across the NEM, the mix of generators is changing.

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AGL Energy

18 July 2018
10 minute read

Frequently Asked Questions about Liddell Power Station

Liddell Power Station reaches the end of its technical life in 2022 and can be replaced with the latest technology at a lower cost than trying to keep the plant running.

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AGL Energy

4 April 2018
2 minute read

Broken Hill Solar Plant viewing platform opens

Timothy’s design not only makes a valuable and lasting contribution to the artistic and cultural landscape of Broken Hill, but also helps to showcase the importance of renewables in the NSW energy mix.

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AGL Energy

2 February 2018
2 minute read

AGL Energy Insights

Enabling customers to take control of their energy use is a positive step in the innovation of energy retail.

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AGL Energy

22 December 2017
5 minute read

Can you build a new coal-fired power station for less than a renewable, gas and storage mix?

AGL has developed a plan to use a mix of renewables, gas and storage to replace the energy produced by Liddell Power Station before its 2022...

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AGL Energy

9 December 2017
5 minute read

Why an energy mix makes more sense than new coal

While carbon risk is a reality that every business needs to assess, the closure of Liddell Power Station and the selection of a mixture of energy...

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AGL Energy

7 November 2017
2 minute read

Rehabilitating our assets

As outlined in our 2017 Sustainability Report, our approach to the rehabilitation of assets is guided by three underlying principles.

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AGL Energy

10 February 2017
3 minute read

AGL Coopers Gap Wind Farm steps closer

AGL Coopers Gap Wind Farm project manager, Evan Carless, said this was a very encouraging milestone for the project.

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AGL Energy

20 January 2017
5 minute read

Construction to begin at Silverton wind farm

Construction at AGL's 200 MW Silverton wind farm is now set to begin, after a successful sale into the Powering Australian Renewables Fund (PARF).

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AGL Energy

20 January 2017
7 minute read

Proudly Powering Diversity

AGL is proud to announce a new three year partnership with Midsumma to help shine the light on Victoria's diverse gender and sexuality communities.

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AGL Energy

12 January 2017
7 minute read

Silverton Wind Farm gets green light

In a major step forward for AGL's Silverton Wind Farm project, the NSW Planning Assessment Commission (PAC) has approved the construction of the wind farm. The independent PAC approved AGL's Modification 3 application, which takes advantage of advancements in wind turbine technology, reducing the number of wind turbines required to be built.