The Green Finance Institute’s Green Home Retrofit Finance Principles




The Green Finance Institute's and Green Home Retrofit Finance Principles

The green home retrofit financing market allows homeowners to borrow money to invest in energy efficiency and climate resilience work on their homes. In September 2020, as part of its built environment focus, the Green Finance Institute launched the Green Home Retrofit Finance Principles (GHRFPs), a framework of guidelines developed in collaboration with the Loan Market Association to provide financial institutions with a consistent and transparent methodology for use when they lend money toward these works.

Organisations that align one or more financial products to the Green Home Retrofit Finance Principles.


BNP Paribas

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Ecology Building Society


Newbury Building Society


Saffron Building Society

The Green Finance Institute and TrustMark are not in any way affiliated with the finance providers listed on this webpage. Finance providers listed on this webpage are listed solely to reflect the fact that they have adopted the Green Finance Institute’s Green Home Retrofit Finance Principles. The Green Finance Institute and TrustMark make no statement as to the suitability of any of the listed finance providers or their financial products, and do not recommend any particular finance provider or financial product. Other finance providers are available.