How clean energy played out in the Victorian election

It may not have been front and centre in the Victorian election, but voters' concern for climate change and cleaning up our energy supply played an important role in seeing the Coalition voted out after just one term, and could also cost Labor its prize seat of Melbourne.

UPDATED 3pm December 2 with additional information on issues related to local seat campaigns

The sun was setting on Victoria's renewable energy sector under the Coalition. With the election of the Daniel Andrews Labor government, and possibly Ellen Sandell of the Greens in Melbourne, Victoria can enter a new era for renewable energy.


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