Helen Dedes is an AGL customer and features in our latest TV commercial. She shares her journey from Greek immigrant and former restauranteur to social media sensation.
For almost two centuries, AGL has been powering Australia. But our longevity, the essential services we provide, and the steps we’re taking into the future, are all down to our people.
AGL has a long and storied history in Australia – we’re 184 years old. And for many people, it’s almost a family business – just ask Jim and Jonathan Schroeter
Broken Hill is one of the oldest cities in Australia. The Silver City has been a mining town for more than a century. And now, they're mining the wind.
Energy bills can be a source of unexpected surprises. Here’s how tools like live data and DIY meter reads are helping to make things clearer.
In an Australian-first for the energy sector, AGL is helping customers keep on top of their energy usage by enabling Energy Alerts through Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant.
AGL is one of Australia’s oldest companies and as an essential service provider, we have a daily impact on our customers’ lives.
Whatever your reasons for investing in a home battery system, there are ways to get more out of your battery and unlock even more value.
We're Australia’s largest private developer of renewable energy assets, and we're well placed to be the biggest developer of the firming capacity we need to support that energy.
AGL’s hydro assets generate electricity to meet peak customer demand, and its ability to respond to rapid changes in demand is extremely valuable.
AGL’s Virtual Power Plant is the next frontier for storing and using solar power.
The bespoke Santos solar farm in Whyalla, SA that's big enough to power 500 Australian homes and families.
The combination of EVs with renewable energy generation, presents a substantial opportunity to deliver emissions reductions in Australia.
After 52 years in the power industry and an early retirement, Kevin Bennett is still a part of the Loy Yang AGL team at 70.
Droughts are devastating. When our farmers do it tough, everyone hurts – farmers, families, towns.
Three years ago, a rainbow lit up AGL Loy Yang’s large 110m cooling tower in support of the first ever Gippsland Pride Cup.
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