Information for Individuals

VSECU’s VGreen Loan Program Reduces the Cost of Clean Energy Projects

A great benefit of NESEA membership is access to VSECU's VGreen loan program—an innovative line of products and services designed to reduce the cost of financing energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. Whether you want to go solar, better insulate your home, renovate your heating system, or purchase an energy efficient vehicle, VSECU offers an affordable solution. 

To learn about the VGreen products and services available to NESEA members, go here and scroll down to Loans and Accounts.

Eligibility

The VGreen loan program is open to all VSECU credit union members. You are eligible to open a VSECU member account if you meet one of the criteria below.

  • You are a member of NESEA

  • You are an employee of a NESEA business member company

  • You live or work in Vermont

  • You are related to a VSECU member

Note: You do not need to join NESEA or VSECU until your VGreen Loan application has been pre-approved.

A business does not need to be a NESEA member to participate in the VGreen program. However, your clients are able to take advantage of the VGreen program by meeting one of the criteria above. For information on NESEA membership, go here

Application

Learn how to apply for VGreen loans here. Note: You do not need to join NESEA or VSECU until your VGreen Loan application has been pre-approved.

Employees of NESEA Business Members

Employees of NESEA Business Members are eligible for VSECU membership. Please contact Katie Schendel, NESEA Membership Manager, kschendel@nesea.org, to confirm that you are associated with your employer’s record in our system so you can access the VGreen program.

Questions

If you have any questions about the NESEA/VSECU partnership, please contact Katie Schendel, NESEA Membership Manager, kschendel@nesea.org.

If you have any questions about the VGreen loan program and application process, please email the VGreen team.

Our Mission

NESEA advances the adoption of sustainable energy practices in the built environment by cultivating a community where practitioners share, collaborate and learn.