Developed in collaboration with the Loan Market Association (LMA), the GHFPs are part of the portfolio of financial enablers and solutions developed by our Coalition for the Energy Efficiency of Buildings.
The green home finance market seeks to support and facilitate activities that enable the acquisition or construction of green homes, or activities that lower the environmental impact of housing through reducing energy consumption, carbon emissions and material use. In September 2020, as part of its built environment focus, the Green Finance Institute launched the Green Home Finance Principles (GHFPs), a framework of guidelines that promote integrity in the market by providing financial institutions with a consistent and transparent methodology for the allocation of finance towards retrofitting works in the UK’s domestic buildings.
The Green Finance Institute is 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 either adopted the Green Finance Institute’s Green Home Finance Principles, or have made commitments relevant to the objective of the Green Home Finance Principles. The Green Finance Institute makes no statement as to the sustainability of any of the listed finance providers or their financial products, and does not recommend any particular finance providers or financial product. Other finance providers are available.