The new era of sustainable retail banking

Utilising open energy data

Earn a place on your customer’s devices

Open the door to a world where your customers can access and utilise data on their home energy usage, to make smarter and more sustainable financial decisions. Play an important role in the Home Energy Transition journey for your customer base, and let your channels be a trusted partner for important decisions around future-proof home investments and efficient energy consumption.

Scalable benefits

Support your customer

Guide your customers to an energy-efficient home and stronger personal finances. Provide the data, customised advice and actionable insights to empower smart and green home investments.

Keep growing

Sustainable home investments and upgrades generate new revenue streams, increased potential for green loans and other financial support for renovations that can increase property value as well as customer loyalty.

Show green commitment

Deliver on ESG strategy while supporting your customers on their own Home Energy Transition journey.

KBC uses Eliq to give Mobile Banking customers insight into Home Energy Consumption

KBC, a leading European financial group, wanted to give their customers access to features that will help them understand and manage their energy usage easily and efficiently. The solution was “Energy Insights” available in KBC Mobile and provided in association with Eliq. Customers of KBC no longer have to wonder why they’re using more or less gas and electricity than their neighbours or during certain times, but can instead easily monitor their personal situation, and reduce the size of their energy bill.

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In a nutshell

Open energy data

Allow users to connect to their real electricity and gas meters for deep personal insights

Energy cost management

Enable households to understand their energy spending, future forecasts and next-best-action to save

Energy renovations

Tools for users to find the best solutions, investments and financing for their path to a Net Zero homes