Green Home Improvement Loans
FINANCING THE CLEAN ENERGY MOVEMENT.
Are you exploring energy efficiency improvements for your home? We want to help you save on your utility bills and your environmental footprint.
Clean Energy Credit Union’s home energy efficiency improvement loans offer low rates and flexible terms for the following uses:
- Energy efficient HVAC systems
- Energy efficient water heating systems
- Energy efficient lighting
- Energy efficient windows
- Insulation, weatherproofing, air sealing, duct insulation, duct sealing, etc.
Debt Protection Program:
You can opt in to be protected under the Clean Energy Credit Union Debt Protection Program. In the event of an unexpected financial hardship event, your loan balance or monthly loan payments may be cancelled without penalty or added interest. This program provides the peace of mind that comes with knowing you and your credit rating are protected—and most importantly—that your family is protected. To learn more about the debt protection program, download our information sheet (PDF).
- Secured and unsecured loans available depending on project type
- Terms of 36, 60, or 120 months
- Amounts from $1,000 to $25,000
- Fixed interest rates
- No prepayment penalties
- Automatic electronic payments
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
What kinds of clean energy products and services are eligible for clean energy loans?
Click here to see a list of eligible products.
Do I have to work with one of the Credit Union's partners for my clean energy project?
No. When you apply for a clean energy loan with Clean Energy Credit Union, you can work with any contractor, vendor, or service-provider that you choose. However, the Credit Union offers special loan offerings via its partners because they, in return, provide multiple value-added services to the Credit Union that reduce our costs and overhead. Click here to learn more about our partners.
How can I find out if there are incentives available in my area for clean energy products and services?
We recommend checking the Database for State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE): dsireusa.org. We also recommend asking your clean energy contractor, vendor, or service provider as they can typically help you explore what incentives may be available in your area.