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For almost two centuries, AGL has been focused on innovating to enhance the lives of Australians. Our Chief Customer Officer, Christine Corbett, explains how this is central part of our FY20 results.
As we transition into a new energy future, climate-related risks are a major consideration. That’s why we regularly model future scenarios in accordance with the TCFD.
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.
AGL has sought to play a leading role in the way business engages on the important issue of climate change. We’ve given serious consideration to the physical and transitional risks and opportunities associated with climate change and the transition towards a low-carbon economy. Read more.
AGL has responded to the CDP climate change survey since 2011. Last week, scores were announced for 2018 submissions. AGL again achieved a score of ‘B’ putting us in the management band, and above the electricity sector and Oceania regional averages.
We have an increasingly sophisticated toolkit to help us explain the relationship between financial returns and other value drivers and impacts on the environment, on society and on the economy more broadly.
The 2018 AFR National Energy Summit kicked off in rainy Sydney yesterday, with transition and energy policy in the spotlight. AGL was represented in the crowd and on stage by our Interim CEO Brett Redman.
Following our Financial Results, listen to our Chief Financial Officer, Brett Redman (who has since been appointed AGL's CEO & Managing Director) and our Chief Economist, Tim Nelson as they look at how we’re investing in the future.