ActeWAGL is a multi-utility company that offers a broad range of energy solutions from natural gas, electricity and telecommunication services in just one. It specializes in retail joint ventures and energy distribution to various parts of Australia.
AGL is a premium retailer of gas and electricity, the company boasts of more than four million customers all over Australia. Through its workable energy generating schemes, the company has attained veritable progress in promoting its stand on renewable energy.
AGL Gas Networks’ main proposition focuses on being at the forefront of developing viable gas storage for better environmental support. Whatever the kind of seasonal variations throughout the year, AGL’s gas storage facilities remain well managed and up to par with the industry standards.
Alinta Energy is an electricity and natural gas supplier to more than 700,000 customers across Australia. For almost three decades and counting, the company prides itself in being able to utilize new ways of providing economical energy solutions.
Alinta Gas provide affordable gas solutions to Australians and is known to put a premium on convenience and exceptional service. With their compelling track record of success, it is no wonder why the company remains a force to be regarded with in the energy industry.
A Tasmanian Government-owned electricity distribution and retail company aims at bringing in efficiency to reduce their own cost to meet customer energy needs at the lowest sustainable cost. Overcoming the challenges posed by new national and state rules and legislation, the company is committed to the goal of ‘zero harm’ to employees, customers and environment as a result of its operations.
Ausgrid is one of Australia’s leading distributors and service provider of electricity and energy. The Company is committed to the maintenance of safe and reliable electricity network for over a century and invests in measures for upgrading thier network to ensure uninterrupted and regular power supply to the customers.
As the rule maker and developer for Australian energy markets and as a member of ICER, Australian Energy Market Commission can make and amend the detailed rules for the National Electricity Market and elements of natural gas markets. To further support the development of these markets, it also provides strategic and operational advice to the Council of Australian Governments' Ministerial Council on Energy.
Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) strives to be an important partner in ensuring that Australia’s energy needs are met optimally through planning and delivery of cost effective national energy supply. As an operator, AEMO has policies and procedures in place which guide the players in the energy market and ensure strict adherence to legal constraints.
The AER, or Australian Energy Regulator, is a separate legal entity formed as a constituent part of the ACCC, which focuses on ensuring that the energy and gas market in Australia is operating fairly and efficiently.