Due to its reliance on emissions-intensive brown coal, Victoria is currently seeking to engineer a transition from one of the dirtiest power systems in the world to 95% renewable energy by 2035. The Victorian government has set out an ambitious agenda consisting of projects such as establishing Renewable Energy Zones, the development of offshore wind, battery storage targets, and energy efficiency and electrification of households and businesses. The amount of coal-fired power has decreased significantly with the 2017 exit of Hazelwood station and the exit of Anglesea coal power station in 2015. As noted by the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC), ‘electricity generation in Victoria has traditionally been located in the LaTrobe Valley, with large coal-fired power stations and some gas plants supplying the main load centre of Melbourne’. The changing nature of Victoria’s electricity generation over time can be viewed at this resource. There are a number of existing and proposed solar and wind farms in Victoria, the location of which can be viewed on the Renewable Energy Projects Victoria map.