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Radio interview with Jane Marwick 6PR Perth

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.

18 December 2018Taylor
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Interview with Simon Lauder, ABC South East NSW

SIMON LAUDER: Now last week the board of Snowy Hydro approved a final investment decision for the Snowy 2.0 pumped hydro scheme.

18 December 2018Taylor
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Doorstop with Tasmanian Premier, Will Hodgman, Poatina Power Station, Tasmania

STEPHEN DAVY: Good morning and welcome to Poatina Power Station.

13 December 2018Taylor
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Interview with Elysse Morgan, The Business, ABC News

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?

11 December 2018Taylor
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Interview with Fran Kelly, ABC RN Breakfast

FRAN KELLY: Angus Taylor is the Federal Minister for Energy - he joins me in the Parliament House studios. Minister, welcome back to RN Breakfast.

5 December 2018Taylor
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Doorstop Interview Parliament House, Canberra

Subjects: Lowering power prices

4 December 2018Taylor
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Interview with Deb Knight, Today Show, Nine

DEB KNIGHT: We're joined now by Energy Minister Angus Taylor who is in Canberra for the final sitting week of Parliament.

3 December 2018Taylor
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Interview with Kieran Gilbert and Laura Jayes, AM Agenda, Sky News

KIERAN GILBERT: Joining us now is the Energy Minister Angus Taylor. Thanks so much for your time.

3 December 2018Taylor
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Interview with Peta Credlin, Sky News

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.

27 November 2018Taylor
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Doorstop Goulburn, NSW

ANGUS TAYLOR: Welcome to Goulburn.

24 November 2018Taylor
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Interview with Ben Fordham, 2GB

BEN FORDHAM: Well, Labor is facing a backlash against its energy policy, with businesses questioning how they will keep the lights on.

23 November 2018Taylor

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