Australia has announced plans to fast-track multi-billion-dollar renewable energy projects in the states of Victoria and Tasmania. They include offshore wind farms and undersea transmission cables. Australia has for the first time a legislated target to cut greenhouse gas output that aims to reduce carbon emissions by 43% by 2030. While Tasmania is currently operating at 100% renewable energy capacity, they have the opportunity to go above and beyond their current levels. Their commitment to expanding the available energy generated by renewables is impressive.