Greener homes hub


Together, we can help your clients make their homes more energy efficient.

There are so many ways homeowners can make their property more energy efficient. And less dependent on fossil fuels in the future. Making the right improvements could save money on energy bills and reduce a home’s carbon footprint.

But for many people, the initial cost can be a hurdle. So can knowing where to start.

We want to provide the best information and support for you to help your clients make decisions as well as great products that meet their needs.

Our greener homes offer

Green Additional Borrowing (further advance) borrow more to make energy efficiency improvements, at 0% interest for up to 5 years 


Green Reward - up to £500 cashback for energy efficient homes


Home Energy Efficiency Tool - tailored recommendations for greener home improvements, including cost estimates

Green Additional Borrowing (further advance)

0% interest on up to £15,000 for greener home improvements

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Resources for brokers

Home energy advice – from the Centre for Sustainable Energy

Energy saving quick wins – from the Energy Saving Trust

What can I learn from my EPC? (Energy Performance Certificate) – Government website

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Broker's handbook

The Green Finance Institute’s practical guide to green retrofit products.

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Our commitment to a greener society

We are part of the Net-Zero Banking Alliance, committing to a net-zero future by 2050 at the latest.

We won’t invest any of our members’ money held in current accounts or savings in fossil fuels.

 We use 100% renewable electricity and don’t send any waste to landfill.

 We are helping your clients reduce the carbon footprint of their homes with our green propositions.

 Our not-for-profit housing development in Swindon aims to build homes to the highest environmental standards. Our ambition is for all 239 homes at Oakfield to be EPC A-rated.

 Nationwide is a member of the Green Finance Institute’s Coalition for the Energy Efficiency of Buildings.

 As chair of the Green Homes Action Group (GHAG) - a cross-sector group of businesses, charities, and academics—we lobby Government and promote high-quality retrofit in the UK.

 Since April 2020 Nationwide’s operations are carbon neutral. This includes all energy use and emissions for our internal operations and fleet vehicles.