60 King William Street is an office building in Adelaide that will be powered by 100% renewable energy. It has a 5 Star rating from NABERS and WELL certification, which makes it the first to get this combination of ratings for South Australia.

Architectural rendering of an office building at 60 King William Street in Adelaide that will be powered by 100% renewable energy.

The company signed an agreement to supply 100 percent renewable electricity for base building operations, covering 1.5 million square meters of workplace assets in its portfolio with renewable power, representing $19.04 billion dollars in gross asset value!

Charter Hall has a net electricity cost saving of 65% within its office portfolio. This is achieved through environmental value alongside financial savings for tenants and investors alike.

Charter Hall is also in the process of assessing long-term renewable electricity direct supply options to ensure that they achieve and maintain net zero.

Charter Hall Office CEO Carmel Hourigan said, 60 King William Street sets a new benchmark for office. The new building will be the most efficient and sustainable commercial buildings of its kind in Australia.

(Source: https://www.insideconstruction.com.au/section/projects/charter-hall-to-build-first-net-zero-office-building/)

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