JOURNALIST: Minister, just to start a number of major energy companies have come out, most recently Woodside, in favour of a carbon price.
Minister's speech about the Snowy Region Construction and Development Conference COOMA, NSW
The Morrison Government today welcomed the release of the draft report into the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards Act 2012 (GEMS Act).
In the Australian electricity sector, the facts and the customers have been victims.
The Australian Government welcomes the initiative by energy retailers to establish a voluntary comparison rate for power prices.
NICOLE CHVASTEK: Angus Taylor is the federal Energy Minister. Angus Taylor, good afternoon.
ANGUS TAYLOR: Good afternoon, Nicole.
ANGUS TAYLOR: I've just come from an extremely constructive and productive discussion with many of the energy companies from across the sector.
ROSS GREENWOOD: Today all of the bosses of the big energy companies were trotted to Canberra to basically go before Australia's Minister for Energy, Angus Taylor, who has told them
TICKY FULLERTON: Retail energy bosses will be forced to lower their power prices or face more aggressive federal legislation.
PATRICIA KARVELAS: The federal government is claiming a victory of sorts in its bid to get energy retailers to lower their prices by January next year.
STEVE AUSTIN: Now to the issue of cost of electricity.
KIERAN GILBERT: Joining us on the program now the Energy Minister Angus Taylor. Minister, thanks so much for your time.