Labor accuses Angus Taylor of ‘desperate’ climate scare campaign over energy claims

Minister under pressure to release modelling he claims shows consumers would be $560 a year worse off under ALP’s electricity policy

Labor has accused Angus Taylor of attempting to repeat past “climate scare campaigns” and called on the energy minister to release government modelling that he claims shows electricity price rises would have a “devastating impact” if Labor is elected.

News Corp tabloids on Tuesday published stories on their front pages claiming government modelling showed consumers would on average be $560 a year worse off by 2032-33 under an ALP policy to accelerate the construction of new electricity transmission links.

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