JANE MARWICK: A new report out today says emissions reductions in Australia’s electricity market are on track to meet the Paris target eight years ahead of schedule.
SIMON LAUDER: Now last week the board of Snowy Hydro approved a final investment decision for the Snowy 2.0 pumped hydro scheme.
STEPHEN DAVY: Good morning and welcome to Poatina Power Station.
ELYSSE MORGAN: The government has committed to bringing down power prices for consumers - but what does the Energy Minister, Angus Taylor, consider a fair price for power?
FRAN KELLY: Angus Taylor is the Federal Minister for Energy - he joins me in the Parliament House studios. Minister, welcome back to RN Breakfast.
Subjects: Lowering power prices
DEB KNIGHT: We're joined now by Energy Minister Angus Taylor who is in Canberra for the final sitting week of Parliament.
KIERAN GILBERT: Joining us now is the Energy Minister Angus Taylor. Thanks so much for your time.
ANGUS TAYLOR: Good morning.
PETA CREDLIN: Joining me tonight to pull apart some of Labor's policy detail and discuss his Government's plans to bring down power prices is the Minister for Energy Angus Taylor.
ANGUS TAYLOR: Welcome to Goulburn.
BEN FORDHAM: Well, Labor is facing a backlash against its energy policy, with businesses questioning how they will keep the lights on.