Australian Election: Is the country primed for a hydrogen transition?

With over 75% of all votes counted from the Australian Federal Election on May 21, the results have been hailed by many as a ‘greenslide’, as voters swing away from the long-standing Liberal-National Coalition government to support the Labour Party.

While votes are still being counted, it remains unclear whether Labour, who made strong climate promises, will be able to form a majority, the party’s leader Anthony Albanese was sworn in as Prime Minister on Monday (May 23).

Another surprise came as the Australian Greens Party and numerous other climate advocating Independents snatched seats from the incumbent Scott Morrison Government.

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