The plan know as Birmingham Energy Savers is the first step in the eco-refurbishment of 200,000 homes over the next 15 years.
The City will hold a suppliers day on 3 February to outline the plans and find partners to deliver the private and social housing improvement plans.
Its plan is based on the Government’s Green Deal legislation, due to come into force next year.
Under this legislation householders can have energy efficiency measures completed on their properties at no initial cost to them.
The costs of doing this are then recovered through a fixed charge on their energy bills over a period of up to 25 years.
The city piloted the first scheme and will roll out a full-blown eco-retrofit programme that will see 3,000 homes improved in year one, 4,500 homes upgraded in 2013 and 7,500 homes completed in the final year.
The City said this schedule is up for discussion and it hoped to embrace a faster roll out programme if possible.
Plans to turn Birmingham green will also include fitting solar panels to properties using the roof-rental model.
By offering homeowners low-cost finance options, PAYS (pay-as-you-save) seeks to encourage whole-house retrofitting of energy efficient and renewable energy measures, leading to significant energy and carbon savings.
Interest firms need to email [email protected] with their details by 27 January.