During FY2014 AGL operated a portfolio of electricity generation assets which included coal, natural gas, wind, hydro and small scale renewable assets. The charts below show the breakdown of both the installed capacity and the generation output from these power stations.
AGL's largest generation asset is the AGL Loy Yang Power Station in the Latrobe Valley in Victoria, a 2,210MW brown-coal baseload power station which accounts for around 41% of AGL's generation capacity, and 72% of electricity generated during FY2014. 32% of the generation capacity operated by AGL during the year was renewable, as was 19% of the electricity produced.
AGL's renewable generation during FY2014 totalled 3,952 GWh, an increase of 24% compared to FY2013. The output from AGL's hydro assets increased by 15% compared to the previous year, and the output from AGL's operated wind farms increased by 29% (led by the first full year of operation of the Macarthur Wind Farm in Victoria).