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AGL launches new platform for improved energy billing

The channel aims to promote use of solar, battery, heat pump hot water and electric vehicles.

AGL Energy has unveiled Electrify Now, a new window platform designed to assist Australian households and users with their energy bills, carbon footprint and savings.

The application aims to inform users about the potential benefits of electrifying their homes through alternatives such as solar, battery, heat pump hot water, electric vehicles (EV) and/or induction cooktop.

The launch comes a year after the successful pilot programme that saw over 6,500 AGL customers receive estimated energy bills and carbon savings for the installation of solar and battery. It showed that 62% of customers were interested in electrification as a cost-saving measure, while 77% indicated their interest in upgrading to an electric water system.

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The enhanced platform also offers an estimated payback period for households on their investment for solar, battery and heat pump hot water systems.

“Whether or not you are a customer with AGL, households will have access to personalised information about the potential benefits of an electric home. We’ve taken the lessons from the pilot to significantly enhance the experience to help empower Australians in making the first step to home electrification,” Jo Egan, Chief Customer Officer of AGL, said.

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