Energy Renovation in Buildings Plan
The fifth-year Energy Renovation in Buildings Plan, released in April 2018, is the government's strategy to meet the challenge of carbon neutrality and improve the purchasing power. The plan offers tools suitable for housing, tertiary and public buildings.The Plan aims at: 1) creating a guarantee fund of more than 50 million euros to help 35,000 low-income households a year; 2) simplifying support for all by transforming the tax credit into a premium and adapting existing loans; 3) enhancing the reliability of the energy label of homes through diagnosis of energy performance (DPE); 4) better training professionals and better controlling the quality of work by reforming the label RGE (recognized guarantor of the environment), investing 30 million euros in the training of professionals and 40 million euros in innovation; 5) encouraging a massive renovation of public buildings of the State and communities by mobilizing 4.8 billion euros; and 6) missioning a start-up to support the renovation of public buildings of local authorities by pooling resources to consolidate contracts, reduce costs and remove contractual, legal and institutional obstacles.
Eradicate in the next ten years the 1.5 million heat socks inhabited by low-income households - 150,000 per year by 2018 by 2018, 2020 against a 2010 baseline
The State retains the priority objective of the end of 2025 loss (LTECV) of the 7 to 8 million thermal strainers and renovation of 500,000 homes per year by 2025 against a 2010 baseline
15% decrease in the final energy consumption of buildings in 2023, compared to the year 2010 reference. by 2023 against a 2010 baseline
The State will improve the monitoring of consumption and the overall management of its housing stock to reduce its consumption by 15% by 2022 compared to 2010 by 2022 against a 2010 baseline