Andy VeseyAGL Managing Director & CEO
BA (Econ), BSc (Mec. Eng.), MS
Andy has over 30 years’ experience in the energy industry including strategic and commercial leadership of large energy organisations, and working in complex regulatory and political environments. His experience extends across the energy supply chain including power development, generation, distribution and retail businesses in the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia.
Cameron ReidAGL's Program Manager, Rehabilitation and Transition
Cameron Reid is the Program Manager: Rehabilitation & Transition for AGL Energy. In this role Cameron is responsible for providing an operational and governance framework for AGL’s transition to a decarbonised energy future. Previously Cameron was responsible for driving AGL’s policy on climate change, carbon and renewable energy policy. Prior to AGL Cameron was responsible for the coordination of NAB's Corporate Responsibility Reporting.
Cassandra Hogan, joined KPMG in 2007, following a 16-year career in the Power and Utilities Sector, where she worked in senior leadership roles across multiple business units.
Cassandra holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business from the University of Technology and is an Affiliate Member of the Institute of Charted Accountants.
Cathlin ThurbonAGL's Senior Manager Sustainability Reporting
B. Eng (Civil & Environmental)(Hons)
Cathlin is responsible for the development, implementation and communication of AGL’s sustainability and corporate responsibility strategy, including the delivery of AGL's annual sustainability report. Cathlin also leads the team responsible for managing AGL’s compliance obligations under the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act.
Matthew WarrenIndustry expert
Matthew Warren is a former chief executive of the Australian Energy Council, Energy Supply Association of Australia and the Clean Energy Council. Over the years he has also worked as a journalist, most recently as the environment writer for The Australian newspaper.
Matthew holds a Bachelor of Economics with Honours from the University of Adelaide.
Melissa ReynoldsAGL's Chief Customer Officer
BEc, MCom, GAICD
Melissa has over 30 years’ experience in product, marketing, brand, sales and service in consumer and business markets. This includes leading large scale customer and digital change in the financial services and media sectors. Prior to joining AGL, Melissa held senior roles at NAB, as EGM Retail; Sensis where she led the digital transformation of White Pages; Esanda and Westpac. Melissa joined AGL in May 2017.
Phaedra DeckartGeneral Manager, Energy Supply & Origination, AGL Energy
Phaedra joined AGL in 2015 as Head of Wholesale Gas leading AGL’s wholesale gas supply portfolio. Subsequently Phaedra was appointed to the role of General Manager, Energy Supply and Origination and she is leading the transformation of AGL’s energy supply portfolio through this dynamic time in the energy market. Her experience spans over 20 years in domestic and global energy markets, having held a variety of commercial, corporate, gas and LNG marketing positions.
Richard WrightsonAGL's Executive General Manager Wholesale Markets
Richard is AGL's Executive General Manager Wholesale Markets. He has over 24 years’ experience in wholesale energy markets in Australia and the UK. Richard has significant experience in the Australian energy sector including consulting on the National Electricity Market commencement, as well as working at the Electricity Trust of South Australia, the State Electricity Commission of Victoria and Loy Yang Power.
Simon MoorfieldAGL's Executive General Manager Information Systems and Technology
Simon has over 20 years’ experience in IT, both locally and internationally. Simon's entire career has been in technology and program management having worked with NAB, GE and CBA. His significant IT leadership experience in large retail businesses such as CBA Retail and GE Capital Asia Pacific includes leading numerous innovative change and transformation programs. Simon joined AGL in January 2016 as Chief Information Officer.
Skye LarisAGL's Senior Manager Strategic Policy & Engagement
Skye Laris is AGL Energy’s Senior Manager for Strategic Policy and Engagement. She has previously been Chief of Staff to state and federal government ministers in a wide range of portfolios including environment, urban planning, water, and employment, Communications Director at The Climate Institute, and many years ago, a journalist.
She is currently completing her Master’s in Public Administration.
Tim JordanClean Energy Finance Corporation
Tim Jordan is head of investment research at the CEFC. He joined the CEFC after five years at Deutsche Bank. Before that, Tim was senior adviser to the first Australian Government minister for climate change, Senator the Hon Penny Wong. He began his career at the Department of the Treasury in Canberra. Tim has degrees in political science and law from the University of Queensland and an MPhil in philosophy from University College London, where he was a Commonwealth scholar, and a Master of Economics from the University of Sydney.
Tim NelsonAGL's Chief Economist
Assoc. Prof. (Griffith Uni), PhD Econ., BEc(Hons), AGIA, ACIS, GAICD.
At AGL, Tim leads the company's public policy advocacy and AGL’s sustainability and ESG strategy. In 2015/16, Tim led the development AGL's Affordability Initiative, AGL's revised Greenhouse Gas Policy and Strategy and the Powering Australian Renewables Fund (PARF) concept. He is a Director of PARF and a member of the Westpac Stakeholder Advisory Council and the Grattan Institute Energy Reference Group.
Hayley GreensmithEditor and Online Specialist for 'The Hub'
BA (English & Gen.Studies)
With over 15 years’ experience in digital publishing in the Energy and Finance sectors, I strive to make technical content a little more digestible and stimulating. I seek to create and shape thought-provoking articles and multi-media that spark conversation, contain a quotable quote and look good.
Proudly Australian, with more than 180 years of experience, we operate the country’s largest electricity generation portfolio, we’re its largest ASX-listed investor in renewable energy, and we have more than 3.6 million customer accounts. Our aim is to prosper in a carbon-constrained world and build customer advocacy as our industry transforms. That’s why we have committed to exiting our coal-fired generation by 2050 and why we will continue to develop innovative solutions for our customers.