The project aims to allow firms to take out loans to fund improvements to their premises and practices, resulting in a reduction in fuel use and subsequently business energy bills.
"Improving the energy efficiency of our homes and businesses is a surefire way of cutting emissions, as well as creating economic growth," states Dr Neil Bentley, CIB deputy director-general.
He adds investors need confidence if they are to splash out and do their bit for the environment, as well as potentially save money.
Age UK Enterprises this week revealed soaring bills – including those made to dual fuel providers – are responsible for a £30 rise in outgoings for people over 55 since September.
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