If there's interest, I can publish these stats every month. I siphon up the live 15 minute stats from AEMO and store them in a database, along with estimates (not mine) of small scale/rooftop solar production based on detailed SRES and weather data, since AEMO does not see the latter but it's becoming a non-trivial proportion of national power generation. For renewable generation I include hydro, wind, grid-scale solar, small (rooftop) solar, and grid battery storage discharge on the assumption it was charged by renewables (although the numbers are so small at the moment it makes no difference including it). Non-renewable is everything else. Percentages are calculated by dividing the renewable amount by the total generation in that state at that time. Renewable energy generation for July - average over the month: National - 21.5% TAS - 97.9% SA - 37.6% VIC - 22.9% WA - 14.0% QLD - 13.1% NSW - 12.7% Peak renewable generation for July: TAS - 100% on many occasions SA - 87.3% (1 July 13:15) VIC - 47.8% (19 July 12:15) WA - 46.6% (12 July 13:15) QLD - 42.6% (16 July 13:30) NSW - 37.0% (19 July 13:30) Small scale/rooftop solar as a proportion of all generation for July: National - 3.5% WA - 6.7% SA - 6.0% QLD - 4.6% NSW - 2.6% VIC - 2.3% TAS - 0.8% Peak Rooftop solar generation for July - Impressive figures for the middle of winter: WA - 35.7% (12 July 14:45) SA - 33.3% (14 July 13:30) QLD - 21.5% (15 July 12:30) VIC - 17.3% (31 July 13:45) NSW - 15.5% (19 July 12:15) TAS - 8.4% (29 July 13:00) I'm afraid NSW is the nation's renewable laggard (a.k.a "leaner" not "lifter"), something our energy minister Matt Keen is "Keen" to change (see NSW's Renewable Energy Zones). SA's numbers a bit lower than normal due to a wind drought in July. Also solar production nationally of course is at its low ebb during winter.