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More than $100 million loaned to 2,500 Kiwi households for Good Energy upgrades

ANZ Bank New Zealand’s Good Energy Home Loan has supported nearly 2,500 Kiwi households to reach their energy efficiency goals, with more than $100 million in lending drawn down under the offer so far.


The ANZ Good Energy Home Loan top up allows customers to borrow up to $80,000 at a 3-year fixed rate of 1% per annum and can be used to upgrade homes with things like solar panels, heating and insulation, double glazing, ventilation systems, rain water tanks and water heating systems.

The loan can also be used for electric and hybrid vehicles, and EV chargers.

ANZ Managing Director for Personal Banking Ben Kelleher said around 2,500 customers had applied for a Good Energy Home Loan top up since launching the offer in July.


“We’re thrilled to have seen such strong interest from customers taking advantage of this great offer to fulfil their energy efficiency goals so far," he says.


“In the last six months, just over $100 million in lending has been drawn down under this offer, with the most popular uses being to purchase electric vehicles, or install double glazing and heat pumps."

Mr Kelleher said people were increasingly concerned about rising energy and fuel costs as well as environmental sustainability and were looking to make changes where they could.


“We’re really pleased to be able to offer this low interest loan to our customers as they get started on their energy efficiency journey.”


The ANZ Good Energy Home Loan top up is available to new and existing ANZ Home Loan customers. Offer subject to change. Offer terms, lending criteria, and fees may apply.

For more information about the offer, and some tips on how to make your home more energy efficient, go to our website www.anz.co.nz/goodenergy.


For media queries contact Kristy Martin 021 531 402


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