South Australia (SA) is a global leader in renewable energy. Driven by high quality wind resources and rooftop solar in a smaller electricity market, renewable energy supplies around 70 per cent of the state’s electricity consumption (having shifted from below 1 per cent renewables to 70 per cent in just over 16 years). SA has one of the highest market shares for renewable energy in the world and has a target for 100 per cent renewable energy by 2030. SA energy policy is focused on increasing energy storage from the renewable grid, increasing the flexibility of electricity use that aligns with generation and the export of renewable energy. The Government is making plans for longer term future export with its Hydrogen Jobs Plan and initiatives to secure affordable, reliable electricity for low-income households. SA’s transmission network, operated by ElectraNet, extends over approximately 200,000 km2 of terrain in SA, from Roxby Downs and Leigh Creek in the north to Port Lincoln in the west, connecting SA to the National Electricity Market. The Australian Energy Market Commission has published a resource showing SA’s changing mix of electricity generation over time.