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Energy efficiency and credit risk: uncovering correlation

By Daniele Vergari, Gianluca Natalini, Stella Fumarola, CRIF Introduction One of the key objectives within the EeDaPP project is to investigate the correlation between energy efficiency and credit risk, measuring how this affects obligor’s credit risk and thus a “green” mortgage portfolio performance. To this end, CRIF, closely working with University of Venice “Ca’ Foscari” and the other EeDaPP consortium partners, will […]

E.ON joins forces with BNP Paribas Personal Finance to help UK home owners unlock energy efficiency potential through ‘Energy Efficient Mortgages’

By Marco Marijewycz, E.ON   Around 19 million UK households – equal to around 71% of the UK’s 27 million homes – currently fall below an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) Band C rating, which means they are missing out on energy savings of up to £380 a year by not having basic measures in place. Tackling […]

Introducing the EeMAP valuation and energy efficiency checklist

By Ursula Hartenberger, RICS Global Head of Sustainability   The recently published EeMAP definition for energy efficient mortgages presents a breakthrough in the project and provides the basis for establishing protocols to ensure appropriate lending secured against properties which are likely to both lower credit risk and  support the climate change mitigation agenda. The definition explicitly […]