SEND A MESSAGE TO AGL

Tell CEO Brett Redman it's time to go renewable!

AGL Energy is Australia’s single biggest climate polluter thanks to the pollution from its filthy coal-burning power stations.

Tell AGL to do the right thing and replace its dirty coal-burning power stations with clean renewable energy.

The biggest driver of the climate crisis is coal, and AGL burns more coal than any other Australian company...

AGL have announced a major review of the direction of the company due to be announced at the end of March.

The booming renewable energy sector is pushing down the value of its dirty old coal-burning power stations, and forcing it into a rethink of its business model.

This is a golden opportunity to get AGL to do the right thing and switch off coal for good.

AGL is Australia’s biggest climate polluter yet almost nobody knows it

AGL has spent millions of dollars spruiking its environmental credentials. But we know they don’t stack up.


In the past, AGL has invested in renewables and spent big to build its reputation. But as time has passed, their real commitment to renewables has waned, while the pollution from its enormous coal-burning power stations continues to soar. 


If we want to tackle the climate crisis and keep our children and communities safe from toxic pollution, we need AGL to close down these stations and replace them with clean and safe renewable energy by 2030 at the latest. 


We have an opportunity to pressure AGL to do the right thing and ditch coal in favour of renewable energy.


Facts about AGL

AGL Energy is Australia’s single biggest climate polluter thanks to the pollution from its filthy coal-burning power stations. Explore below to find out more.

85% of the power generated by AGL comes from coal burning power stations

AGL is responsible

for 8% of all Australia’s climate pollution

AGL emitted a whopping 42.2 million tonnes of carbon emissions in 2019-2020

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