We’re getting out of coal

Starting in 2022 and ending by 2050, we are getting out of coal. We already run Australia’s largest solar and wind farms. We’ve also started a fund that will put up to $3 billion into making renewable energy for everyone. And this is just the beginning.

LIFE

Zoos Victoria were the world’s first certified carbon neutral zoos. The team continue to care for their animals and the environment with the help of AGL and call for others to get involved.

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Sustainability is about more than renewable energy generation. Cathlin Thurbon, Sustainability Manager at AGL, explains that it’s also about considering your social and economic impact.

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ENERGY

We expect our busy lives to be managed from our fingertips at any time that suits us. First Officer Trevor Elberg tells how AGL’s 24/7 service helps him manage his energy from anywhere in the world

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For 167 years, Yalumba has produced fine wine in South Australia’s Barossa Valley. Now with the help of AGL, they’re also producing up to 2,000 megawatt hours of electricity per year.

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ENERGY

Considering the cost of a petrol-powered ride, could switching to an electric car be a cheaper way to take to the road? AGL has launched a plan to make electric vehicles even more affordable.

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ENERGY

Taking a look at the bigger picture when you buy a new appliance can help you save more in the long run; like considering how its energy star rating might affect its annual running costs.

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ENERGY

Making energy affordable for everyone is an issue of national significance, and we support the Government’s commitment to deliver a fair and transparent energy market for Australians.

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LIFE

We’re helping two of Adelaide Zoo’s most famous inhabitants, giant pandas Wang Wang and Fu Ni, live a comfortable life in one of the greenest enclosures in the southern hemisphere.

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LIFE

While new split heating and cooling units or a backyard swimming pool are splurges that can help you better survive the seasons, they won’t do much to keep your energy bills at bay.

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