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AGL Energy has agreed to sell its small generation and compressed natural gas refuelling assets to a consortium led by Whitehelm Capital.

The company says it will record a profit on the sale of National Assets to Sustainable Energy Infrastructure, which includes 18 small generation operations located throughout Australia.

AGL said National Assets has a carrying value of $74 million and the divestment of the asset is consistent with the company’s strategy.