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Exolum obtains 97 points in GRESB sustainability index

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Anamika Talwaria

Editor & Head of Content for Tank Storage Magazine & StocExpo and Chair of Women in Tanks.

Exolum has garnered the highest possible five-star rating in the 2023 GRESB sustainability index with a score of 97 points out of 100. The company also obtained a leading position among energy and water transportation companies, was ranked first in maintenance and operation and obtained the best score in management among all 687 participating entities.

GRESB is one of the world’s leading sustainability benchmarks and is used as an assessment and comparison tool by private and institutional investment funds to measure and rate the quality of their investments in terms of sustainability. The index assesses the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) performance of real assets.

In 2023 this benchmark assessed and rated 172 infrastructure funds and 687 assets globally across 37 sectors based on a global ESG standard. Infrastructures assessed based on GRESB must provide data, evidence and key metrics on emissions, environmental protection, energy consumption, waste management and employee engagement, among other matters.

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