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[en] This publication presents and comments various data and indicators related to or illustrating energy poverty in France in the second half of 2020. Different topics are addressed with, for each of them, a definition of the studied indicator, values and analysis of the indicator with, should the occasion occur, district maps, and additional information (source, scope, reading cautions). The addressed issues are indicators of quantification of energy poverty (assessment of the number of concerned households, household perception of energy issues), contextual indicators (energy prices, income poverty and poverty intensity, energy consumptions of the housing fleet, household energy expenses), indicators expressing the difficulty of households to pay their bills, indicators of follow-up of the various national financial arrangements
[en] This publication first describes how bio-methane is an essential gaseous renewable source of energy, by outlining how biogas production and bio-methane injection into the network represent a solution for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, and by describing the different types of bio-methane injection sites and the different types of inputs used to supply these sites. Then, after a presentation of production facilities and their geographical distribution, and of some key figures regarding production capacity and injection into the network, this publication presents a focus on mobility (bio-NGV). Next, the regulatory framework regarding the feed-in tariff, the bio-methane traceability, and the compensation mechanism are presented, as well as the injection right and the adaptation of infrastructures. The last part presents the new solutions for renewable gases production: solid wastes pyro-gasification, hydrogen and synthesis methane, hydrothermal gasification.