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Australia's first off-grid, solar and battery-powered classroom

The Australian Government is supporting Hivve, an Australian technology start-up that has created Australia's first off-grid, solar and battery-powered classroom at Bracken Ridge State High School in Brisbane.

1 November 2018Taylor
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Doorstop at opening of Hivve Classroom Bracken Ridge High School, Queensland

JOURNALIST: Minister, is this fair dinkum power?

1 November 2018Taylor
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Remarks at opening of Hivve Classroom Bracken Ridge High School, Queensland

Minister's speech at the opening of Hivve Classroom Bracken Ridge High School, Queensland

1 November 2018Taylor
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Interview with Craig Zonca and Rebecca Levingston ABC Radio Brisbane

REBECCA LEVINGSTON: Imagine going to school and knowing your classroom is off the grid - because that's the reality for students at Bracken Ridge State High School.

1 November 2018Taylor
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Interview with Peta Credlin Sky News

PETA CREDLIN: Welcome to the show Angus Taylor.

1 November 2018Taylor
Media release

National Wind Farm Commissioner

The Australian Government has reappointed Mr Andrew Dyer as the National Wind Farm Commissioner for a further three year term.

31 October 2018Taylor
Media release

Examining expansion of Shoalhaven Pumped Hydro Scheme

The Australian Government is supporting Origin Energy to examine the feasibility of expanding its existing Shoalhaven pumped hydro scheme.

29 October 2018Taylor
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Interview with Justin Smith, 3AW Macquarie Weekly

JUSTIN SMITH: On this Sunday on Macquarie Weekly, on the line is the Minister for Energy, the Federal Minister for Energy, Angus Taylor. Minister, thank you for your time.

28 October 2018Taylor
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COAG Energy Council agrees to progress reliability obligation

Today the COAG Energy Council met in Sydney to discuss the need to bring power prices down while ensuring the reliability of the grid.

26 October 2018Taylor
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Press conference, COAG Energy Council Meeting, Sydney

ANGUS TAYLOR: I've just come from the COAG Energy Council meeting - it was extremely constructive and productive.

26 October 2018Taylor
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Avoiding bill shock with electricity and gas meter self-reads

Australian families and small businesses are being empowered to negotiate with their power company following a determination made by the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) to give customers the right to ask their energy retailer to adjust an inaccurate bill based on the customer's own reading of their meter.

25 October 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.

25 October 2018Taylor

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