Swore. Energy renovation is evolving in France | Weekly 39

48% of owners who have undertaken energy renovation work have benefited from public aid. (Photo illustration Ajena).

Since last month, the State aid system has been simplified in order to allow a greater number of people to undertake energy renovation work, whether in “single-action” work or in the framework of overall renovations.
Because although the commitment of the French to the energy transition is increasingly evident, financial constraints remain a major obstacle to the realization of projects, particularly in the field of energy renovation.
Given the significant amounts of aid available, obtaining it is naturally subject to certain conditions.
This is how the stricter eligibility rules for MaPrimeRénov’ have disrupted the conditions for awarding subsidies, leading to a significant reduction in energy renovation applications since January 1, 2024.

A positive step forward

“The relaxation of the system is a positive step forward. For an effective energy transition, it is important that financial resources are not an obstacle. By simplifying MaPrimeRénov’ and broadening the fields of application to a larger part of the population, we can more easily achieve the energy renovation objectives necessary for our environment,” observes François Fougere, of KparK Energies.
Which specifies:
“As players in the sector, we see the positive impact of these projects on reducing carbon emissions, creating local jobs and improving the comfort of residents.”

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