DAVID BEVAN: Angus Taylor, Federal Minister for Energy, welcome to ABC Radio Adelaide.
ANGUS TAYLOR: Thanks for having me.
ANGUS TAYLOR: We have seen in the last 24 hours, Labor siding with the big energy companies. Labor is singing from the same songbook as the big energy companies.
KIERAN GILBERT: Let's bring in the Energy Minister now, Angus Taylor. Your thoughts on, well, that reaction first of all from Richard Di Natale?
TIM SHAW: I'm pleased to say Angus Taylor Minister for Energy and member for Hume joins me now. Minister, good morning.
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.