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Interview with Spence Denny, ABC Radio Adelaide

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

19 October 2018Taylor
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Interview with Eliza Edwards, Breaking Politics Podcast

STEVE ROSHAI MURDOCH: This week, two major policy summits are taking place.

19 October 2018Taylor
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Interview with David Penberthy and Will Goodings 5AA Adelaide

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.

19 October 2018Taylor
Media release

Creating energy from waste in Western Australia

Western Australian families and small businesses will benefit from reliable, baseload energy produced by the state’s first large-scale energy from waste plant thanks to support provided by the Australian Government.

18 October 2018Taylor
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Remarks at the Melbourne Institute Outlook Conference

Minister's speech at the Melbourne Institute Outlook Conference about getting electricity prices down while keeping the lights on

11 October 2018Taylor
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Interview with Ticky Fullerton, Sky Your Money

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?

11 October 2018Taylor
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Interview with Rafael Epstein, ABC Radio Melbourne

RAFAEL EPSTEIN: The federal Energy Minister is Angus Taylor; he's just arrived in Melbourne.

10 October 2018Taylor
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Keynote Address to the AFR National Energy Summit

Minister's speech to the AFR National Energy Summit

10 October 2018Taylor
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Interview with Kieran Gilbert and Laura Jayes, Sky News AM Agenda

KIERAN GILBERT: Joining Laura and I now is the Energy Minister, Angus Taylor. Minister, thanks very much for your time.

8 October 2018Taylor
Media release

New energy rule to curb bill shock

Gas and electricity retailers will be required to notify customers of price changes at least five days before they take effect as a result of a new rule following a final determination made by the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) today.

27 September 2018Taylor
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Interview with David Bevan, ABC Radio Adelaide

DAVID BEVAN: Angus Taylor, Federal Minister for Energy, welcome to ABC Radio Adelaide.

ANGUS TAYLOR: Thanks for having me.

27 September 2018Taylor
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Interview with Leon Byner, 5AA Adelaide

LEON BYNER: Well we know that the Federal Government have been able to be the conduit for a rule change where power retailers who you deal with, are now going to be forced by law a

27 September 2018Taylor

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