STEVE ROSHAI MURDOCH: This week, two major policy summits are taking place.
DAVID PENBERTHY: A little bit later in the morning we're going to delve into the issue of Adelaide Oval price hikes. A lot of listeners particularly upset.
TICKY FULLERTON: Angus Taylor, you are the Minister for down, down electricity prices, but you announced this week reliability is on your radar. Can you colour that for me?
RAFAEL EPSTEIN: The federal Energy Minister is Angus Taylor; he's just arrived in Melbourne.
KIERAN GILBERT: Joining Laura and I now is the Energy Minister, Angus Taylor. Minister, thanks very much for your time.
DAVID BEVAN: Angus Taylor, Federal Minister for Energy, welcome to ABC Radio Adelaide.
ANGUS TAYLOR: Thanks for having me.
LEON BYNER: Well we know that the Federal Government have been able to be the conduit for a rule change where power retailers who you deal with, are now going to be forced by law a
CHRIS KENNY: Now, let me get on to our next guest. Joining us live from Goulburn in his electorate is the new Energy Minister Angus Taylor.
Thanks for joining us, Angus.
FRAN KELLY: Well the Federal Government's drive to cheaper energy costs has been undermined this morning by revelations that Cabinet rejected a billion-dollar plan to help struggli
KIERAN GILBERT: Now to my interview earlier this morning with the Energy Minister Angus Taylor.
Interview about energy and Paris agreement.