The inaugural GRESB Infrastructure Assessment is now available in pre-release. GRESB Infrastructure provides two levels of assessment: funds and assets.
- The Fund Assessment contains ten questions focused on management and investment processes. These indicators address foundational ESG plans and policies, leadership and accountability, engagement strategies, communications processes and other factors.
- The Asset Assessment is organized around eight core Aspects, including Management, Policy & Disclosure, Risks & Opportunities, Implementation, Monitoring & EMS, Stakeholder Engagement, Performance Indicators, and Certifications & Awards. These Aspects include 32 indicators addressing asset-level plans and policies, implementation actions and operational performance. The Asset Assessment provides the information needed to understand efforts to maximize beneficial outputs, such as energy product, mobility, or access to clean water, while minimizing social and environmental impacts.
The GRESB Infrastructure Reference Guide will be available for the launch of the Assessment, which will be open for participation via the GRESB Portal on April 1.