Yallourn in Victoria is Australia’s dirtiest, most polluting coal power station. It’s one of three Victorian coal power stations that must be replaced by 2030.
Yallourn burns 17 million tonnes of coal each year. That’s more than would be dug up at the proposed Adani mine.
Our state has the capacity to be a world leader in climate action, renewable energy and transiting to healthier communities, but that means having a plan to replace coal.
Right now, the Greens are the only party with that plan.
Join the campaign to Replace Yallourn and move Victoria beyond coal.
Find out more about our plan for 100% renewable energy by 2030.