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The national network of local governments and local actors involved in ecological transformation is launching “local government trophies for energy renewal of condominiums”. This competition targets 86,500 apartments in 51 communities included in the Rénovons Collectif programme.
This “Renovation of public housing remains relatively marginal compared to individual housing”, notes Primer. To stimulate the dynamics of transition in this industry, the network is holding a competition for the “Community Trophies for energy renewal of condominiums”. 86,500 condominiums in 51 communities included in the Rénovons Collectif program can apply by July 15.
Led by Île-de-France Energies, this program rewards local officials, whether they are Amorce members or not, who pursue an ambitious policy in this area. These will be evaluated on the passion of the implemented strategy, its articulation with regional planning, the approaches carried out with stakeholders (households, unions, professionals) (awareness raising, communication, partnerships), creating a public consultation. and support service for energy renewal and exemplary (energy, social, environmental, etc.) project offered by the community and financial assistance proposal for engineering and works.
Applications will be divided into five categories determined by the number of inhabitants of the communities (less than 120,000 inhabitants, 120,000 to 200,000 inhabitants, 200,000 to 300,000 inhabitants, 300,000 to 500,000 inhabitants and more than 500,000 inhabitants).
The jury consists of: Raphaël Claustre, Managing Director of Île-de-France Energies; Michel Maya, Vice President of Energy Renewal (AMORCE); Pierre Deroubaix, Building Service Engineer (ADEME); Gwenola Stephan, Sustainable Development Officer (AMF); Sébastien Catté Wagner, Director of the “National Plan for Dealing with Fragile and Difficult Flats” (ANAH) program; Valérie Flis-Plisson, project manager of the technical and professional building division (CAPEB); Marianne Villey, Director of Energy and Climate Studies (CEREMA); Frank Sentier, Delegate General (FLAME federation); Claire Delpech, Environmental Manager (France Municipalities – AdCF); and Sustainable Building Plan (Ministry of Ecological Transition) Project Manager Julie Lodewyckx will select a winner for each category, including “The Jury’s Favorite”.
In addition, communities wishing to participate preliminary candidacy statement. The winners will receive their awards at a ceremony at the annual Amorce conference from October 19-21.