Delta Electricity is the second largest electricity generator in the National Electricity Market. Formed in 1996, our generators produce around 12% of the electricity needed by consumers in the National Electricity Market, comprising all states and territories except WA and NT. Most of Delta’s generation occurs at four coal fired power stations located in NSW. These are Mt Piper and Wallerawang near Lithgow, and Vales Point and Munmorah on the Central Coast. These stations have a combined generating capacity of 4,320 megawatts. Delta is also in a joint venture to manage Australia's largest renewable baseload energy project. Two 30 megawatts co-generation facilities using waste from sugar milling at Condong and Broadwater have been built in a joint venture between Delta Electricity and the NSW Sugar Milling Co-operative.