The Hon Angus Taylor MP Media Releases

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The Morrison Government has reappointed Mr Justin Punch as Chair of the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) board and reappointed Ms Anna Matysek and Mr John Hirjee as members of the board for a further two-year term concluding in July 2024.

Joint media release with the Minister for Finance the Hon Simon Birmingham

The Morrison Government is taking action to safeguard the delivery of affordable, reliable power for consumers through a proposed change to energy laws to require energy companies to give a longer period of notice for the closure of electricity generators.

The Morrison Government is supporting critical energy infrastructure to ensure continued reliability of the national energy grid so Australian households, businesses and industry can continue to enjoy low energy prices. 

Joint media release with Prime Minister the Hon Scott Morrison MP and Minister for Health and Aged Care the Hon Greg Hunt MP

The Morrison Government is supporting new local jobs in Australia’s innovative medical sector and investing to secure local manufacturing of life-saving medicines. 

Joint media release with the Prime Minister the Hon Scott Morrison MP, Premier of Tasmania the Hon Peter Gutwein and Tasmanian Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction the Hon Guy Barnett

The Morrison Government is unlocking Tasmania’s renewable energy powerhouse potential and thousands of new jobs through a significant new Commonwealth investment in the Marinus Link electricity interconnector and Tasmania’s Battery of the Nation project. 

Joint media release with the Minister for Agriculture and Northern Australia the Hon David Littleproud MP

The Liberal National Government is ensuring Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) native forest regeneration projects do not adversely impact agricultural production and regional communities. 

As part of the Morrison Government’s plan for a stronger future, the 2022-23 Budget is creating highly-skilled jobs, backing traditional Australian industry while building new clean energy industries, securing reliable and affordable energy, and putting Australia on track to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.

The Australian Energy Market Operator’s (AEMO) latest Gas Statement of Opportunities (GSOO) report highlights the importance of unlocking new gas supplies and supporting the critical infrastructure needed to protect consumers from higher energy prices caused by forecast gas shortfalls.

Minister for Industry, Energy and Emissions Reduction Angus Taylor has reaffirmed Australia’s commitment to delivering affordable, reliable and secure energy for Australian households and businesses at the International Energy Agency (IEA) 2022 Ministerial Meeting.