Go Green Financing

Open the door to energy-efficient upgrades.


Providing Nova Scotians with flexible, affordable financing.

Investing in energy-efficient upgrades can result in long-term savings for your home or business. With a variety of financing options available, CUA can help you improve your energy efficiency while also having a positive impact on the environment. Our financing rates for energy-efficient upgrades are as low as 4.49%.

Before you explore upgrades such as solar panels, heat pumps, insulation, windows, LED lighting solutions or other renovations, look into existing programs in your area to maximize your efforts - and your savings. Whether you're a home or business owner, we recommend getting started with a visit from Efficiency Nova Scotia's website. Take advantage of tips, guidelines and helpful resources available to plan your energy-efficient project. 

Once the "to do" list is finalized for your home or business, CUA will be ready to help. A member of our team will work with you to understand the project and how it fits within your current financial picture. Together, we will review your various options along with their impact on your short and long-term finances. Our goal is to put you and your home or business in the best possible position. 

CUA is proud to be an official financing partner of Efficiency Nova Scotia. We are committed to helping Nova Scotians save, providing flexible and affordable financing options for energy-efficient upgrades. Hear from Ken Medwid of Green Foot Energy Solutions:


 

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Efficiency Trade Network

To learn how Efficiency Nova Scotia can connect home and business owners with local professionals who can help with energy efficient upgrades, click here.

Helpful guides & information

For helpful information on selecting a contractor, comparing quotes and more, click here.

Energy efficient programs extended

In July 2018, Federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna announced the expansion of home energy efficiency programs. Read more here.