The Liberal National Government will introduce legislation which will provide a range of penalties and remedies for companies that engage in misconduct.
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.
The Liberal and Nationals Government is continuing to take action so more Australians pay less for their electricity.
ANGUS TAYLOR: Good morning.
Over 458,000 Australian families and 39,000 small businesses are getting a better deal on their energy prices thanks to pressure from the Morrison Government on the big energy companies to put customers first.
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.
NICOLE CHVASTEK: And the federal Minister for Energy is with us right now. Angus Taylor, a very good afternoon to you and thank you so much for staying on the line there.
ANGUS TAYLOR: I'm delighted to be here at Tomago Aluminium Smelter, near Newcastle with Matt Howell, the CEO of Tomago Aluminium.
SABRA LANE: The Energy Minister Angus Taylor joins us now from Sydney. Minister, good morning and welcome to the program.