TOM CONNELL: The Government, of course, announced its latest plan on energy yesterday and joining me is the Energy Minister, Angus Taylor here in the studio.
LEON BYNER: By far the biggest topic that you talk about and think about is your energy costs, for good reason.
SUBJECTS: More reliable and affordable power; Malcolm Turnbull
MELINDA JAMES: I'm joined now by Energy Minister Angus Taylor. Angus Taylor, good morning.
ANGUS TAYLOR: Morning, Melinda.
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
Australian families and businesses will save hundreds of dollars a year off their power bills, thanks to action being taken today by the Morrison Government.
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
Electric vehicles will soon have access to an ultra-rapid charging network along the major driving routes from Brisbane to Adelaide, including around Sydney and Melbourne, and separately in Western Australia.
The Australian Government is supporting an Australian-first trial of a renewable hydrogen-powered electricity generation facility in Western Sydney.