Energy giant AGL says it on track to outline the finer details of its demerger plan by June 30, even after the unexpected exit of its chief executive last month.
AGL is assessing developing huge hybrid power systems to help decarbonise some of Australia’s most emissions-intensive industrial operations.
Analysts say investor appetite for AGL’s coal-fired power fleet may be low, posing a big hurdle for the energy giant’s plan to split.
The new partnership, which will adapt OVO’s tech platform for the Australian market, comes as AGL prepares to brief shareholders about how it will reshape its business as the rise […]
As the shift away from coal accelerates, a consortium involving AGL and the Future Fund has sealed a $2.7 billion deal to buy wind farm company Tilt Renewables.
Three power stations owned by AGL were found to have breached their licences 111 times since 2015, accounting for about three quarters of all violations.
Emissions from AGL’s proposed floating gas terminal at Western Port could be far greater than the energy giant has estimated for the controversial $250 million project.
BlackRock has thrown support behind a push for AGL to bring forward the closures of its Australian coal-fired power plants.
Two of Australia’s largest super funds will vote against a shareholder proposal to close down Victoria’s largest brown coal power plant ahead of schedule.
AGL’s controversial plans for a gas import terminal in Western Port Bay will come under closer scrutiny as residents fight to stop the project going ahead.
The world’s largest sovereign wealth fund has dumped one Australian company and warned another over their records on climate change.
Western Port Bay residents have launched an urgent appeal to push back an assessment of AGL’s contentious plan for a floating gas import terminal at Crib Point.