Lloyds Bank uses interactive digital tool to help identify energy-efficient investments

In 2019, the UK government committed to bringing greenhouse gas emmissions down to net zero by 2050. Our cities, roads and buildings account for around 40% of the UK’s carbon output. 80% of the buildings that will exist in 2050 have already been built. So to help decarbonise these buildings, Lloyds Bank has developed the Green Buildings Tool with CFP Green Buildings.

The Green Buildings Tool

From a single property through to larger portfolios, the Green Buildings Tool helps you to identify, evaluate and understand the estimated outcomes of potential investments to make your property more sustainable and energy efficient. In this video, David Willock from Lloyds Bank introduces the Green Buildings Tool. What is the Green Buildings Tool and how does it work? Find out in the video below.