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Good jobs for our people and a diversified economy in the communities we work in are absolute priorities for AGL as we explore what the future looks like. By working with and listening to, the community and our people, together we can find innovative ways to make sure places like the Hunter Valley have plenty to look forward to.
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?
In response to the incident from November 2015, AGL Macquarie and SafeWork NSW reached agreement on an Enforceable Undertaking (EU) in April 2018. Implementation of the EU has commenced and will continue over the next two years.
Building greater gender diversity in our operational workforce is critical to our future success. The Try a Trade day sponsored by AGL Torrens provided opportunity for students to get first-hand experience in what a day in the life of a tradesperson looks like.
Light bulbs are small, so how much difference can a high efficiency light bulb really make? Well, when there are 45,000 lights, and still counting, installing high efficiency lights bulbs can make a massive difference.
This $295 million plant will take around 18 months to build and it is expected to be operational by the second half of calendar year 2019.
We are seeking proposals that will deliver social and commercial value for the Liddell site, our people and local community, following the end of coal-fired generation at Liddell in 2022.
AGL’s NSW Generation Plan sets out how to manage the closure of the Liddell Power Station when it retires in 2022 to avoid any shortfall in the market.