'Game-changer': Major European banks partner for green mortgage pilot

Madeleine Cuff
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BNP Paribas, ING Bank, and Société Générale among the banking giants backing new mortgages offering lower interest rates for most energy efficient homes

A major new pilot scheme is set to roll out across Europe to see if so-called 'green mortgages' - where households get better deals for the most energy efficient homes - are a viable offer for the European...

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