AGL will shift almost all computing to the cloud by 2022.  The move comes as the once glacial utilities sector finds itself in the midst of accelerating transformation, driven by regulatory changes, new energy retailing models, and a long term realignment caused by the emergence of alternatives to coal. Cloud

Australia’s energy sector is set to be shaken up by the same data portability regime currently disrupting the country’s banking industry. Built to empower consumers through access to their data, Australia’s Consumer Data Right brings with it new challenges and opportunities to a sector already in flux. Currently, a mix

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AGL has developed an online platform which allows users to trade solar energy, with the aim of giving its customers more control over their energy use and reduce the cost of their power bills. Currently 220 AGL customers in Victoria are participating in the AGL Solar Exchange trial, which started

AGL Energy, which was founded almost 180 years ago and is today one of Australia’s biggest utilities with over three million customers, has put digital transformation at the heart of its 2017 corporate strategy. In his presentation to investors at the annual general meeting this week, CEO Andrew Vesey highlighted