NatWest teams up with Airbnb to boost hosts' energy efficiency

Michael Holder
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Airbnb hosts to gain access to expanded green home upgrades grant programme, alongside suite of financing options provided by NatWest

Airbnb hosts could soon have expanded access to energy efficiency assessments and financial support to install green upgrades to their properties, under a new partnership with NatWest and the Energy Saving...

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