We are focused on creating long-term value for our investors and other stakeholders through the delivery of our strategic objectives and growth agenda. Our value creation model depicts how we create value through seven Business Value Drivers, by identifying our key inputs, the activities we perform, and the resulting outputs and outcomes in terms of value creation.
Key relationships and trade-offs between Business Value Drivers
Every decision that AGL makes may have a positive or negative influence on one or more of its Business Value Drivers. AGL must therefore balance a number of competing influences in its decision-making processes. The need to create value for all stakeholders must also be balanced with the financial impact of decisions on AGL’s overall position. This includes weighing up the need to maintain short-term financial performance while also creating long-term value for shareholders. Some of the key relationships and trade-offs between AGL’s Business Value Drivers are summarised below.
End of life asset planning
Development projects and operational sites
Customer-centric culture through values-led organisation
Supporting vulnerable customers
While we do not own or operate electricity or gas transmission or distribution infrastructure, we rely on this infrastructure to deliver energy to the market and to our customers.