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"Energy and insecurity in Rhône": an experimental operation successfully made permanent
Launched in 2007 in the Rhône department at the initiative of Rhône PACT and the Energy Information Space HESPUL, the "Energy and insecurity in Rhône" experiment to fight against energy poverty has obtained very good results (highlighted by a voluntary evaluation process) in terms of improving household comfort and energy savings. Now made permanent, it is spread throughout the region by local authorities.
Dorémi: thermal renovation tool at the service of communities
The Operational Energy Renovation Measures of Individual Homes led by the négaWatt Institute consists of training craftsmen in low energy consumption technical renovation and to support them on concrete projects. It steers the artisans to make up a skills group so that they are able to make home-owners an offer of efficient renovation at a reasonable price.
To enable households who are excluded from the banking to system to be able to take out a loan to finance improvements to their property, the Abbé Pierre Foundation (FAP) has acted as a guarantor with Caisse d'Epargne.
SoliNergy: to encourage support and training for eco-friendly actions
SoliNergy is a charity that finances projects that fight against energy poverty, focusing on supporting households rather than intervening on the building. In order to encourage evaluation, a good practice guide will be written through feedback from the fifteen projects funded.
Lead Poisoining Project in Montreuil: To study the link between health and fuel poverty
The Montreuil Lead Poisoning Project has been created to prevent health risks related to lead in some housing. For the last few years, the extent of fuel poverty and its consequences for people's health have also been treated.
The ACHIEVE project in France: home visits as a tool in the fight against energy poverty
ACHIEVE is a European experiment to fight against energy poverty whose objective is to compare good practice in Europe and assess the impact of home visits. CLER coordinated all the European partners in the project and the Red Cross integration-IDEMU rolled out the project across the experimentation area (Plaine Commune).
Acting within a network against energy poverty: the example of Angers CCAS and Alisée Association
In order to have a clearer strategy in the fight against energy poverty in the Angers region, the Alisée association and the CCAS in the city have created and organised an informal network bringing together all the organisations in contact with the public in energy poverty.
PARTAGE: DIY Thermal Renovation Program with a Group of Eco-citizens
The PARTAGE (SHARE) project (DIY Thermal Renovation program with a Group of Eco-citizens) is experimenting in the Loire by involving households in renovation work on their own homes in order to assess whether it can be a positive lever in the fight against fuel poverty.
An experimental approach to supported DIY renovation (ARA)
This experiment, lead by Polénergie, enables its beneficiaries to do a part of their energy efficiency improvements themselves while benefiting from the different financial aid available, including the Habiter Mieux (Live Better) program and the tax credit, normally reserved for work carried out entirely by professionals.