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Energy Renovation in Buildings Plan

·2018·Policy·MitigationMore details
Sectors: Buildings, Energy, Transport

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Energy Renovation in Buildings Plan
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  • 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 baselineBuildings: Energy Efficiency · Target year: 2020
  • 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 baselineBuildings: Energy Efficiency · Target year: 2025
  • 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 baselineBuildings: Energy Efficiency · Target year: 2022
  • 15% decrease in the final energy consumption of buildings in 2023, compared to the year 2010 reference. by 2023 against a 2010 baselineBuildings: Energy Efficiency · Target year: 2023

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