Eco Home Tool

How green is your home?

The UK government has committed to making the UK carbon neutral by 2050. This means that for all the CO2 produced in the UK each year, the same amount will be cancelled out by energy saving measures.

With our homes making up 20% of the UK's total carbon emissions*, we all have a part to play in reaching these targets. That's why Lloyds Bank has teamed up with the Energy Saving Trust to give you an Eco Home Tool. It helps you find out just how green your home is and shows you how a few changes could make your home more friendly to the environment.

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How does the tool work?

It's really quick and easy to use. Just answer a few questions about your home and it'll give you a personalised action plan with estimates of your Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating, energy costs and your home's CO2 emissions. There's guidance provided for each question to help you, should you need it.

Your action plan will also give you tips on the energy efficient improvements you could make to help the environment, how much they might cost and how much money they could save you in the long term.

Who are Energy Saving Trust?

  • Energy Saving Trust is an independent organisation which aims to help UK homes and businesses to save energy and help slow climate change.
  • It works with governments to deliver energy programmes and helps millions of householders every year to make better energy choices. It also supports businesses with research and strategies to help enable everyone to play their part in building a sustainable future.
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Home Energy Support Line

For impartial guidance on improving the energy efficiency of your home, call our home energy efficiency support line for free on 0808 196 8257.

The advisers at Energy Saving Trust will be happy to discuss your plans, and answer any questions you may have. Lines are open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm (except public holidays).