Property NSW manages a complex and regionally diverse asset base of NSW government owned and leased offices. They do not have on-site facility staff but partner with JLL to operate a regional hub model. Together they aim to achieve or exceed the targets set out in the NSW Government Resource Efficiency Policy 2019. Their initiatives include ongoing interval data monitoring, building fine-tuning and optimisation for energy and water. Internet of Things (IoT) smart building systems enables remote monitoring. They have 27 sites with rooftop solar PV and 14 sites with LED lighting. The results of 2021 demonstrate their leadership and excellence in sustainability. Total annual electricity savings for 2021 were 1,043,231 KWh equating to $276,084. This is a 17.3% reduction. In May 2021, well ahead of NSW government NetZero targets, they achieved a major milestone as the first Australian commercial property organisation to achieve Climate Active (carbon neutrality) certification at 22 sites. They also achieved a NABERS weighted average energy rating across the portfolio of 5.4 stars without Greenpower. Beyond their owned sites, Property NSW, together with JLL, work closely with CitySwitch to deliver toolkits, offers and case studies to tenant agency representatives. Since 2016, they have delivered about 50% cost reductions and substantial NABERS energy and water improvements for their tenant agencies. They work together with landlords on a quarterly basis to review energy efficiency performance and initiatives to achieve a minimum 5-star energy rating without greenpower. Lastly, Property NSW are proud to share their learnings and outcomes across the NSW internal government agencies and beyond.