GRESB Public Disclosure and the GRESB Infrastructure Assessment are scored independently of each other.
Yes. All constituents are encouraged to update any pre-filled evidence so that it reflects their most recent ESG performance disclosures.
Please note that you can only update Public Disclosure data when the Portal is open between April 1 and July 1, each year.
More information can be found in the 2019 Public Disclosure Reference Guide.
Yes, you can participate in the Assessments with multiple entities.
A separate Assessment should be submitted for each entity.
First, register as an individual via the GRESB Portal. Once you have registered, you will be able to add individual entities to the GRESB Portal and complete a GRESB Assessment on behalf of each entity.
The GRESB Infrastructure Fund Assessment is designed to assess funds across a wide range of sectors and sub-sectors, including energy generation, energy transmission, water resource management, transportation and social infrastructure.
Common examples of infrastructure funds participating in the GRESB Infrastructure Fund Assessment include:
- A sector-focused fund with investments in toll roads
- A geographic-focused fund with investments in a specific region, such as North America or Oceania
- A segregated account that is globally diversified offering exposure to several sectors