ASX: The local share market is expected to open higher this morning after overnight.
Energy deal: The nation's energy ministers have to boost investment in renewables and make the power system more reliable.
Meanwhile, The Federal Government's plan to will be at the top of the agenda when state, territory and federal governments meet today.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will meet virtually with the premiers and chief ministers for national cabinet, where they will discuss how to ease pressures on households struggling with soaring energy costs.
Fast charging: Hundreds more electric vehicles will be able to power up in less than 15 minutes as part of an $80 million boost to Australia's car-charging network.
The investment will see as many as built over the next 24 months, with each able to recharge eight vehicles.
Shut down: Medibank will go offline to complete an following the massive hack of its sensitive customer data.
The nation's biggest health insurer will shut down its IT network, retail stores and customer call centre from 8.30pm on Friday until Sunday to "further strengthen systems and enhance security protections".
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