Building a brighter future

Whether you’re looking to make your home energy efficient, participate in carbon markets, or ensure your company’s operations advance a greener Australia, we are here to proudly support your sustainability journey. 

 

CommBank sustainability solutions

We understand that every individual and business has different needs. We have a range of financial solutions designed to support your sustainability goals.

Individuals & Small Businesses

From financing clean energy products for your home to helping you better understand how you can reduce your environmental footprint for your small business, we have a range of resources to help you on your journey towards a more sustainable future.

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Agribusiness

We support Australian farmers with a range of sustainable finance solutions. Whether it’s reducing a farm’s carbon footprint or making your property more resilient to climate variability, we have agri-specific solutions that can help you achieve sustainability goals, such as accessing carbon markets and making your property more climate-resilient.

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Medium to large businesses

We know that your business and industry has specific needs, challenges and opportunities as you transition to a low carbon economy. That’s why we have tailored solutions to support your sustainable future.

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Institutions

As institutions chart their transition to a sustainable economy and work to ensure their business and operations are fit for the future, we’re here to support our clients with one of the widest, bespoke products suites in the market.

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Who we work with

Amber

Amber is a new kind of electricity retailer offering wholesale power prices – cheaper when renewables are generating.

More about Amber

Cogo

We’re working with Cogo to help our customers understand and reduce their environmental footprint with a personalised carbon footprint.

More about Cogo

CSIRO

CSIRO and CommBank have launched a joint public-private sector initiative that will examine the potential impacts of climate change to the finance sector.

More about CSIRO

Xpansiv

CommBank and Xpansiv have entered a Strategic Relationship Agreement to grow Australia’s voluntary carbon market.

More about Xpansiv

Our commitment

 

 

 

We are committed to playing a leadership role in Australia’s transition to a net zero emissions economy by 2050. We set targets and track progress related to our climate strategy.

Read more about our position on climate change and our progress to date

Work we've supported

CommBank executes ISPT’s carbon offset trade

CommBank’s first surrender of Australian Carbon Credit Units on behalf of a client puts ISPT on track to be carbon positive by 2025.

Read ISPT article

Partnering to develop Australia’s voluntary carbon market

CommBank and Xpansiv Ltd., the global marketplace for ESG commodities, have entered a Strategic Relationship Agreement to build trading infrastructure and grow Australia’s voluntary carbon market.

Read Xpansiv article

Australian banking first carbon tracking feature

CommBank has announced an Australian banking first by providing personalised carbon footprints for customers based on their spending data in a partnership with fintech start-up Cogo.

Read Cogo article

Partnership with Aboriginal Carbon Foundation

CommBank of Australia has taken another step forward on its journey to carbon neutrality, partnering with the Aboriginal Carbon Foundation.

Read Aboriginal Carbon Foundation article

Our latest sustainability stories & insights

Get the latest sustainabilty research and insights from CommBank Foresight

Mapping Australia's path to transition

CommBank is committed to supporting Australia’s transition to net-zero emissions by 2050.

Read about Australia's path to transition

Four ways your home can impact your health: GBCA

The Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) has pulled together some information on what to consider when looking for a healthy home.

Read about healthy homes

The role of carbon farming as Australia targets net-zero

Landholders in agriculture have an enormous opportunity to support Australia achieve net-zero carbon emissions targets by 2050.

Read about carbon farming

Get insights from Momentum 2022 - CommBank's sustainability conference

Explore a host of sustainability content and learn about various ideas and solutions that can help to accelerate Australia’s transition to a brighter, more sustainable future.

Discover Momentum

Sustainable economics

Corporate energy transition

Understanding the market

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Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs)

A 101 on ACCUs

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Scaling up ACCUs

The carbon capture and storage opportunity

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Australia's energy sector

The perfect storm

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Climate Active

A 101 on Climate Active

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Safeguard Mechanism changes

Likely to be a paradigm shift for ACCUs

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Latest sustainability news

For the latest sustainability news, visit the CommBank Newsroom.

14 Sept 2022

Supporting Aurecon to achieve greater sustainability

CommBank plays leading role in Aurecon’s entrance to sustainable finance market.

12 Sept 2022

Australia’s first sustainability-linked loan for the manufacturing sector

Pact Group’s SLL, arranged by CommBank, aims to foster growth of Australia’s circular economy by incentivising recycling, emissions reduction, and gender pay equality.

Things you should know

  • CBA has an ownership interest in Amber. Amber and CBA have entered into a strategic relationship agreement.

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