The government will develop its MaPrimeRénov’ system by releasing an additional envelope of 300 million euros to better support households in their energy renovations, from 2024, learned Agence France-Presse (AFP), Sunday evening June 11 , with the Ministry of Energy Transition.
The support service for the most modest households Mon Accompagnateur Rénov will be fully covered, the aid going from 1,200 euros currently to 2,000 euros, it was specified from the same source, confirming information from the Figaro.
The government’s target is 200,000 major renovations in 2024, compared to around 90,000 currently, while the housing sector represents 48 million tonnes of CO₂ equivalent, or 64% of building emissions and 11% of emissions. total of France.
Replacement of fossil boilers
This new budget, intended to accelerate the replacement of fossil fuel boilers – fuel oil and gas – will be announced on Monday by the ministers for energy transition, Agnès Pannier-Runacher, for ecological transition, Christophe Béchu, and for cities and housing, Olivier Klein, on the occasion of a meeting of building stakeholders on decarbonization. The government also launched on June 5 a consultation until July 28 with elected officials and professionals planning to ban the installation of new gas boilers.
This approach is part of the ecological planning launched by the Prime Minister, Elisabeth Borne, and should make it possible to “secure the achievement of the country’s climate commitments by 2030”in particular seeking to know how “accelerate the dynamics of removing fossil boilers (fuel and gas)” in buildings, in the tertiary sector and in the residential sector, to replace them mainly with heat pumps, according to the Ministry of Energy Transition.
According to statistics from the Center for Economic Studies and Research on Energy, 11.2 million main residences used natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas for heating in France in 2021 (collective or individual), and some 2.7 million main residences were heated with domestic fuel oil.
The MaPrimeRénov’ system, set up to help finance energy renovation work, especially for the most modest households, has already put an end to aid for the installation of gas boilers, including the most modern ones, which recycle their exhaust gas.