Have you been wanting to install solar panels, home batteries or an EV charger, but are not sure how to finance it?
Every year we like to bring you guys all the latest updates regarding green loans and how you can have access to one of them.
With a green loan, you can get all of your home energy needs to be taken care of in one swoop. In our blog post today, we will break down what green loans are, some companies that are offering them and how they work so that you can be on your way to having the clean energy system of your dreams.
These loans offer competitive interest rates and terms, making them an excellent choice for anyone looking to save money while doing something good for the planet.
Whether you’re interested in investing in solar panels for your home, upgrading to more energy-efficient appliances or vehicles, or starting your own eco-friendly business, green loans are an excellent tool to have in your arsenal.
Here are just a few of the many green loans available on the market right now, all of them without the need of any collateral.
Green Loans - 2023 Updated
For more information, check with the financial provider to determine what rate you are eligible for.
This is not an exhaustive list, but it does give you an indication of green loans available.
Remember with any green loan, although you will have to bear the costs, you will make savings in the long term because the running costs will be lower. Additionally, you’ll be stretching the cost and minimising the short-term impact on your wallet and the planet.
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Founder & Manager of Horan & Bird Energy. Director of Master Electricians Australia. John has played a key entrepreneurial role in the transformation of the Energy Landscape in Queensland having founded Horan & Bird in 2004 and building it to a $35 Million Business. The business was then sold, repurchased and merged with Juice Capital in 2020. Juice Capital own one of the largest renewable energy funds in Australia and allow customers to go solar and batteries for no up front capital through Power Purchase Agreements.