ALAN JONES: I told you yesterday the Government would be unveiling a plan, which it claims will allow families and business to save hundreds of dollars a year off their power bills
JONATHAN GREEN: Would you like a cheaper power bill? I'm sure you would. Do you trust the Government and what it's announced today to deliver that for you?
CHRIS SMITH: Now, households could save at least between $273 and $832 a year on their power bills under a suite of changes proposed by the Morrison Government.
SUBJECTS: More reliable and affordable power; Border protection.
LEIGH SALES: The Prime Minister's putting energy companies on notice, that he expects electricity bills to come down before the next federal election, but alongside that is the cha
SPENCE DENNY: $200 million in fact, which comes in the form of subsidies and loans to try and assist people specifically in South Australia to have batteries installed to their sol
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.