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We've partnered with Snugg to deliver greener homes for our members

26 Sep 2023
Written by: Scottish Building Society

We've partnered with Snugg to help make home energy efficiency simple and affordable for our members.

The partnership is the latest in our drive for sustainability. Users simply input their postcode into Snugg, which then locates the property, assesses the potential energy savings, and suggests energy improvements that could be made.

Snugg will provide recommendations for installers as well as relevant grants which Scottish Building Society members could be eligible for to help their energy plan come to fruition. Members who wish to progress with the energy improvement plan, and would like help with additional funding to do so, can contact us to explore their options.

Paul Denton, CEO, Scottish Building Society commented: “Everyone has a role in tackling climate change, and that means we do too. Driving change at a local level has an important part to play in helping us to meet the UK’s net zero goals, and partnering with Snugg is one way to do that."

“We can now provide customers with the tools and resources they need to create the greener homes that they want. Working together to improve the energy efficiency of our member’s homes will play an essential role in reducing carbon emissions and keeping our planet green.”

Robin Peters, CEO, Snugg commented: “Our mission is to make it simple and affordable for everyone to have an energy efficient home. Currently, homes in the UK rank amongst some of the worst in Europe for energy efficiency and over a fifth of UK emissions come from homes."

“While we know that looking after the environment is a long-term investment, partnering with financial institutions such as Scottish Building Society brings us a step closer to being able to drive real change- not only making a difference to peoples’ pockets, the environment.”

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