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Sustainability Performance Report 2012 9
In 2010, AGL established a new framework for sustainability reporting. Twelve strategic indicators of success were
developed, together with visions to guide performance in the longer term. FY2011 and FY2012 targets for each
indicator were published in the 2010 and 2011 sustainability performance reports. An account of performance
against each of the FY2012 sustainability targets is detailed below, together with new commitments for FY2013.
People
Vision
Target FY2012
Performance FY2012
Target FY2013
Employee engagement
Engagement score at
‘best employer’ level.
Engagement score:
8%point increase
Engagement score
1
:
10%point increase
Further improvement in
employee engagement
2
.
Organisational safety
Zero harm.
Total Injury Frequency Rate:
4.0
Total Injury Frequency Rate:
6.6
Total Injury Frequency Rate:
lower than 4.9
2
Climate change
Vision
Target FY2012
Performance FY2012
Target FY2013
Carbon risk
Continuing to
lower the emissions
intensity of AGL.
Intensity compared to
Australian electricity
average*:
>50%below
Intensity compared to
Australian electricity
average*:
>60%below
Australian average
Emissions intensity of
investments in new
generation capacity:
lower than
0.7 tonnes perMWh
Sustainable generation sources
Australia’s largest
renewable energy
company.
Renewable proportion
of operated generation
capacity**:
48%
Renewable proportion
of operated generation
capacity**:
48%
Increase renewable investment
capacity to:
1,740MW
3
Environment
Vision
Target FY2012
Performance FY2012
Target FY2013
Environmental risk
To have an
environmental risk
profile that is As
Low As Reasonably
Practicable (ALARP).
Develop biodiversity register
for AGL assets and projects
which identifies any impacts
on biodiversity values.
The biodiversity register
is established. It provides
a company-wide baseline
of information that will
enhance our understanding of
biodiversity risks.
100% of approved risk
register actions for the
highest environmental risks
implemented in accordance
with targeted milestones.
Watermanagement
To be recognised as a
prudent and responsible
user of water that seeks
to minimise the adverse
impact of its operations
on local water resources.
Implement the Produced
Water Management
Strategy, and develop plans
for drill water and coal seam
fracturing/flowback water.
Site specific water plans and
reuse trials were undertaken
in line with produced Water
Management Strategy.
Increase number of dedicated
monitoring bores and stream
gauging sites relative to overall
number of CSG wells/sites.
Notes
1 Engagement survey undertaken during May and June 2012.
2 The targets related to people will not include AGL Loy Lang for the FY2013 period. AGL Loy Lang will be included from FY2014.
3 As at 30 June 2012, AGL had 1320 MW of renewable capacity.
* Figures refer to the sent out greenhouse gas emissions intensity of generation (scopes 1 and 2) from electricity generation assets over which AGL had operational control
during FY2012. Generation from AGL Loy Yang is not included in these figures for either the period prior to, or following the AGL acquisition (generation from AGL Loy Yang
will be included from FY2013 onwards). Generation assets that are not operated by AGL are not included (for example, where AGL has a right to electricity output or power
purchase agreements with power stations operated by other organisations).
** Figures refer to the capacity of electricity generation assets over which AGL had operational control, as at 28 June 2012 prior to the Loy Yang acquisition. The renewable
component includes the installed capacity of hydro, wind, solar, biomass, biogas and landfill gas generation assets operated by AGL. Generation assets that are not operated
by AGL are not included (for example, where AGL has a right to electricity output or power purchase agreements with power stations operated by other organisations).