Green banks are mission-driven institutions that work to accelerate clean energy and resilience where they operate. Common green bank strategies include loans, co-investment, credit enhancement, on-bill financing, and information coordination.
Green banks are a successful, partnership-driven model in use across the United States and around the world. Approximately 20 states have a green bank. The Southeast is a hub of green bank activity, including one of the oldest green banks in the nation.
Reducing Costs from Carbon Pollution
Benefitting Disadvantaged Communities