The Coalition for the Energy Efficiency of Buildings (CEEB) was established by the Green Finance Institute, with support from E3G, as its flagship coalition in December 2019.

Made up of more than 365 individual members from the finance, property and energy sectors, and across policy, academia and non-profit organisations, the CEEB’s remit is to develop the market for financing a net-zero carbon and climate-resilient built environment in the UK, initially by catalysing the widescale retrofitting of residential buildings.

In May 2020, the CEEB released Financing energy efficient buildings: the path to retrofit at scale assessing the market for energy efficiency improvements in UK homes across the owner-occupied, private-rented and social-rented tenures, and identified specific initiatives where finance and government can bridge investment gaps to drive systemic change.

The report outlines a portfolio of 21 demonstration projects, developed collaboratively by members. It has been positively received by the sector and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), which called it “a positive step towards achieving our Green Finance Strategy ambition to build the market for green home finance”.

In December 2020, the Coalition’s Zero Carbon Heating Taskforce released Financing zero carbon heat: turning up the dial on investment, a major piece of analysis of the investment barriers to widescale decarbonisation of the UK’s domestic heating and details of a portfolio of 12 financial solutions and policy, regulatory and data enablers to overcome them, turning the challenges into an opportunity for the finance sector and a green economic recovery.

How we work

“The work carried out by the Coalition for the Energy Efficiency of Buildings represents a positive step towards achieving our Green Finance Strategy…to support the UK in delivering its commitment to move towards net zero whilst growing our economy.”

The Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng MP
Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

 

Who we work with

We are pleased that the CEEB network is cross-sectoral and includes around 113 individual members from organisations within the following sectors: Academia, Research & Innovation; Civil Society; Consulting Services; Collaborative Initiatives; Energy Sector; Financial Services; Information Technologies, Services and Data Experts; Legal Services; Local Government; Manufacturers & Installers; Property Sector; Retrofit Specialists; Social Housing; Standards Organisations; Trade Bodies. Click here to view all members.

If your organisation is interested in joining the CEEB, please get in touch at ceeb@gfi.green.

  • Abundance Investment
  • Accelar Limited
  • AceOn Energy Ltd
  • ADE - Association for Decentralised Energy
  • Aldermore Bank
  • Ambue Ltd
  • Ampersand Partners Ltd
  • Baringa Partners LLP
  • BEAMA
  • BNP Paribas Personal Finance
  • Bristol City Council
  • British Property Federation
  • Broadland Group
  • Build Test Solutions
  • Building Societies Association
  • Carbon Trust
  • CarbonLaces
  • CFP Green Buildings
  • CMS Legal
  • CoBenefit
  • CoreLogic
  • Devon County Council
  • ECD Architects
  • E.ON UK
  • Energy Efficiency Infrastructure Group (EEIG)
  • Eigen Ventures
  • Element Energy
  • Energetik
  • Energiesprong UK
  • Energy Saving Trust
  • Energy Systems Catapult
  • EnergyHarmonics
  • EnergyPro Limited
  • Enfield Council
  • Engenera Renewables Group Ltf
  • Engie
  • Environment Agency
  • Epsilon Advisory Partners
  • Federation of Master Builders
  • Geospatial Insight
  • Gemserv
  • Governex
  • Grant Thornton
  • Greater London Authority - GLA
  • Greater Manchester Combined Authority
  • GreenPlace Partners Ltd
  • Grid Edge Estates
  • Heat Pump Federation/ GSHPA - Ground Source Heat Pump Association
  • Hinckley and Rugby Building Society
  • ilke Homes
  • Improveasy Ltd
  • Interfacing Ltd
  • IRT Surveys
  • Kammadata
  • Kensa Group
  • Knauf Insulation
  • Larkfleet Smart Homes
  • Laudes Foundation
  • Leeds Building Society
  • Leeds City Council
  • Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM)
  • Life Moments
  • LivLet
  • Loan Market Association (LMA)
  • London School of Economics (LSE)
  • Lux Nova Partners
  • MCS Certified
  • Metropolitan
  • Monmouthshire Building Society
  • National Residential Landlords Association
  • Nationwide Building Society
  • NatWest Group
  • Nesta
  • NetZero Collective
  • Orkney Islands Council
  • Osborne Clarke
  • Otley Energy
  • OVO
  • Paragon Bank
  • Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials (PCAF)
  • PCAF UK/Federated Hermes
  • PEPA Association
  • Phoenix Group
  • Places for People
  • Power Circle
  • PyTerra
  • REA - The Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Energy
  • RetroGreen Holdings Limited
  • RetrofitWorks
  • RICS: Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
  • Santander UK
  • Scottish Government
  • Sero Homes
  • Sintali
  • Solo Energy Ltd
  • SSEN - Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks
  • Sustainable Development Capital, LLP (SDCL)
  • Switchee
  • Tallarna
  • TfL Homes
  • TLT LLP
  • Travers Smith LLP
  • Triple Point
  • TrustMark
  • Turner and Townsend
  • UCL
  • UK Finance
  • UK Green Building Council (UKGBC)
  • UK RCBC (UK Regulated Covered Bond Council)
  • University of Reading
  • University of Salford
  • Welsh Government
  • Yorkshire Building Society

Our live demonstration projects

Reports & Insights

We support and collaborate with initiatives led by the following organisations and networks: