The Climate Bonds Initiative has released the Marine Renewable Energy Criteria, which outlines the requirements for marine renewable energy investment eligibility under the Climate Bonds Certification.
The new criteria outlines disclosure, GHG emission mitigation and climate adaptation and resilience requirements for marine renewable energy technologies and related infrastructure including offshore wind, offshore solar, tidal, wave, ocean thermal energy conversion, and salinity gradient electricity generation.
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