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30 Mar 2021

Nationwide announces partnership with EcoVadis to help build more sustainable supply chains

  • The Society will adopt EcoVadis’ sustainability rating system to enhance the way it measures the sustainability of its supply chains
  • Part of Nationwide’s ambition to build more diverse, more ethical and greener supply chains
  • Follows High Commendation for Best Initiative to deliver Social Value by CIPS

30 Mar 2021

Nationwide members switch to green energy as Society helps beat the looming energy bill price hike

  • Partnership with Switchd gives Nationwide members six months’ free ‘auto-switching’ service
  • A third choosing green tariffs, saving the equivalent carbon of driving three million miles1
  • Around 2,700 members have signed up and will have collectively saved over half a million pounds annually

23 Mar 2021

Homeowners encouraged to go green as Nationwide offers its lowest ever further advance rate for sustainable home improvements

  • Rate of 0.75% on Green Additional Borrowing across all LTV tiers up to max 85% LTV
  • Available for borrowing of up to £25,000 for a range of sustainable home improvements
  • Nationwide to begin offering its Green Additional Borrowing to brokers in the coming weeks
  • Case study: Amy Brierley of Bolton borrowed £25k to make her home more energy efficient
  • Rates reduced as Society leads way on greening of UK homes

10 Mar 2020

Nationwide boosts bid to reduce carbon footprint of Britain's homes with new green additional borrowing

  • New mortgage loans offer reductions of up to 0.69% to help encourage people to greenify homes
  • Rates start from as low as 1.00%, with members able to borrow between £5k and £25k
  • Forms part of Society’s £1 billion pledge to reduce carbon footprint of UK homes
  • Nationwide is also reducing rates on selected two, three and five-year fixed rate mortgages

06 Feb 2020

Nationwide calls for Council tax eco-reform as it announces £1bn to make Britain's homes greener

  • Reform of Council Tax and new Help to Green scheme needed to incentivise consumer behaviour
  • New incentives must be brought in to help major housebuilders improve energy ratings
  • Nationwide makes £1 billion available to drive green home improvements

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