Botten wants to glide rather than crash into net-zero

AGL has launched a feasibility study on a neighbourhood-scale battery network in Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula after receiving a grant from the state government, as company chairman Peter Botten defended the company’s role in the energy transition.

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AGL chair Peter Botten. ENB/Mark Tilly

The funding comes from the Victorian government's A$3 million Neighbourhood Battery Initiative, which funds pilots and demonstrations of a range of neighbourhood battery ownership and operational