Our industry-first partnership with the Clean Energy Finance Corporation demonstrates the strength of both our work to date and our commitment to do more. Unlocking a $200 million senior debt facility for our QIC Shopping Centre Fund (QSCF) will allow us to align our capital management strategy with our sustainability goals and ESG Strategy.
We’re bringing forward key sustainability initiatives and making strong progress in delivering on our targets strategically and responsibly. Throughout our 2018 report, you can read more about how we’ve already begun putting this new facility to good use.
Work continues unabated in our other funds as well. Achieving strong results again for our most recent NABERS and GRESB ratings of sustainability performance for QSCF as well as QIC Property Fund (QPF) and QIC Government Office Fund (QGOF), we have also commenced submitting the retail assets in our QIC Active Retail Property Fund (QARP) and QIC Australian Core Plus Fund (QACPF) portfolios for Green Star Performance Portfolio Ratings. Well suited to assets <20,000m2 GLA, the internationally-recognised Green Star Performance Benchmark provides a holistic sustainability performance measure for some of our smaller assets.
We’ve also taken significant strides during the past year in automating our energy monitoring and maintenance coordination, providing new efficiencies and an unprecedented level of oversight for our assets. I encourage you to read our case study on the technology platform delivering automated asset monitoring, or take a look at an example of the online dashboards being rolled out to provide us with a granular and real-time understanding of consumption patterns for the assets we manage on behalf of our investors.