Through experience, research and technical expertise, 250 St Georges Terrace is actively managed to operate at its optimum level, to make you comfortable and minimize associated environmental impacts.
The data below is the ‘base building use’ and represents the common building services as operated by Investa’s dedicated on site team. You can have a look at250 St Georges Terrace data below, represented as an intensity metric, calculated per square metre of building area allowing for year-on-year comparison. The yearly data displayed has has been independently assured and verified in line with our Reporting Rules and covers the reporting period of April-March of a given year. The monthly data is updated as soon as we receive our bills from our utility providers.
To see how your building compares, take a look at our annual Sustainability Report.
We’re investigating ways we can collect the electricity data from your own office tenancies, the energy needed to run your lighting, computers, printers and everything else in your work place. With this data, we’ll be able to share our expertise with you to reduce your own environmental footprint.
This covers the air conditioning and ventilation systems, the building’s lifts and all other plant equipment. By running these efficiently we’re reducing the environmental impact of your building.
Yearly electricity use
Yearly electricity consumption in kWh/sqm
There was a 3%
increase in electricity used in the building services between 2017 and 2018. That’s an increase of 78595.2 kWh and is the equivalent of the energy use of 11.23 Australian households. Your property management team work hard all year to have 250 St Georges Terrace running at its most efficient, ultimately reducing costs and enhancing performance.
Monthly electricity use
During Summer, your building works harder to cool, equally, in winter, harder to heat. The choices you make every day change how much energy we use to keep the building humming. Scarfs, cardigans and coats are winter items and we’ll do our best to make sure you only have to wear them when it’s actually cold outside.
Monthly electricity consumption in MWh
The carbon emissions from 250 St Georges Terrace come primarily from electricity, though gas usage and other fuels such as diesel account for small amounts.
For a full breakdown of emissions sources, have a look at Investa’s annual Sustainability Report.
We’re incredibly proud of the great work we’ve done reducing our carbon footprint, which has fallen by 58% since we began reporting in 2004. This strong record supported our Net Zero Emissions Target by 2040, which will see our tenants living in energy efficient buildings operative on renewable energy.
Yearly carbon emissions
Yearly carbon emissions measured in kg.CO2/sqm
There was a 1% increase in carbon emitted via building services between 2017 and 2018. That’s an increase of 78706.3 kWh of carbon dioxide and is the equivalent of the emissions use of 11.24 Australian households. Your property management team are committed to reducing the environmental impact of 250 St Georges Terrace in line with Investa’s net zero Carbon by 2040 target and continue to report the progress of the entire Investa portfolio annually here.
Monthly carbon emissions
Monthly carbon emissions measured in t.CO2
Offset my office
The environmental impact of running buildings cannot be understated. That’s why Investa is proud to offer you the ability to offset your portion of carbon emissions associated with running the building. Just like offsetting your seat on a flight, offsetting allows your business to mitigate your corporate office’s impact on climate change.
Carbon offsets are generated from an activity that prevents, reduces or removes greenhouse gas emissions from the atmosphere, thus compensating for the emissions occurring elsewhere, in our case, at 250 St Georges Terrace, Perth. Offsetting your business emissions conveys a high impact, low cost message that your brand is taking strong action to reduce its environmental impact.
To learn more about Investa’s Offset my Office programme and register your interest, please fill out the form below.
Air conditioning and ventilation systems and bathroom/end of trip facilities use most of the water at250 St Georges Terrace. Water efficient design and ongoing management helps us control water consumption and reduce water waste.
Yearly water use
Yearly water use measured in L/sqm
There was a 0% increase in water use between 2017 and 2018.
Monthly water use
Monthly water use measured in kL
Gas is primarily used at 250 St Georges Terraceto provide heating during the colder months of the year.
Yearly gas use
Yearly gas use measured in GJ/sqm
- 6 2017
- 11 2018
There was a 78% increase in gas use between 2017 and 2018.
Whilst represented via a large percentage change, there was minimal change in total gas volume consumed, primarily due to temporal change in Perth with a colder winter during FY16
Monthly gas use
Because gas use is linked to temperature, the colder months use more gas.
Monthly gas use measured in GJ