Home Energy Finance Options

Looking to upgrade your home? Looking for financial support options that will allow you to make energy efficiency upgrades at an affordable cost. Banks and credit unions are now providing accessible finance at attractive interest rates to allow you to upgrade your home. Choose your finance provider today and reap the benefits of lower energy bills in the future.

You can access SEAI-registered assessors and contractors who provide quality assured advice on the best option for upgrading your home, as well as information on the costs and benefits of such warrantied works to allow you to make an informed choice on the energy upgrade best suited to your specific needs.

Once you have decided on the work you would like to get done to your home, get in touch with your local financial institution offering the best home Energy Finance Option. Please see below a list of Banks and Credit Unions offering Home Improvement Loans at competitive rates. This list will grow over the following weeks so please return again to check out additional finance options on offer.


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AIB are now offering a voucher for a FREE Building Energy Rating (BER) certificate and personalised advisory report for customers taking out new Home Improvement Personal Loans. This offer is available to anyone who draws down a new AIB Home Improvement personal loan on standard lending rates between 1st July 2015 and 31st December 2015, and you don't have to be an existing AIB customer to be eligible. AIB offers Home Improvement loans for amounts from €1,000 up to €50,000, with terms from 1 to 10 years with no penalties for unscheduled repayments. Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland


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Energy Providers in Ireland

Please see below a full list of energy providers in Ireland. The below energy providers offer a number of differnt options for heating your home. They also offer additional services that can help make your home a warmer, safer place to live with advice and tips on how to become more energy efficient and reduce your energy bills. Shop around and choose the best option to suit your needs.

SSE Airtricity

Bord Gais Energy

Bord na Mona

Calor Gas

Electric Ireland




Retrofit Energy Ireland

Vayu Energy



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