Where we invest

Property

The property sector is one of Australia's largest carbon emitters, with buildings contributing more than 20 per cent of greenhouse gas emissions. That's why more than $600 million in CEFC finance has already been committed to finance clean energy and energy efficiency projects across the property sector.  

Our Energy in Buildings: 50 Best Practice Initiatives report can help property owners, developers and managers move towards net zero carbon emissions.  

CEFC FINANCE OPTIONS

Buildings

 

Finance whole building or portfolio, as well as specific investments in energy efficiency and clean energy.

Hospital

Finance available across the property sector including commercial (office, retail, industrial, hospitality, health care); and residential (student accommodation, retirement living and aged care, residential broadacre and apartments).

Arrowmoney 

Direct debt or equity finance available for projects over $20 million including senior debt, mezzanine debt or equity.

Rooftopsolar

 

Smaller scale (less than $20 million) energy efficient or clean energy improvements can be financed through our co-financing programs with Westpac, NAB and CBA.
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Powertower

Finance is available for early stage clean energy technology providers in the property sector through the Innovation Fund

 

CEFC FINANCE IN ACTION

Malop
Malop Street
Geelong, the first multi-storey commercial office building outside Melbourne to achieve a 5.5 star NABERS energy rating.

Investa
The CEFC committed $A110m to the Investa Core Office fund to finance 60 Martin Place.

AMP
A $100 million investment by the CEFC in the AMP Capital Wholesale Office Fund.

SGCH
Commitments totaling $170 million to community housing provider SGCH, for the construction of approximately 500 energy efficient homes.

 

MORE INFORMATION

Email the CEFC property team.