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[en] This parliamentary report first recalls the objectives of the French energy policy as they are defined in a decree related to a preliminary dialogue for the PPE and the low-carbon strategy, in terms of mandatory energy savings, and regarding the carbon budget specific to the international transport and the French carbon print. Then, it discusses measures which have been already applied, are about to be applied or foreseen in favour of climate, and notably regarding the shutting down of coal-fired plants, to housing energy performance. The next parts present and comment legal and regulatory measures related to environmental assessment, to the struggle against the fraud on energy saving certificates, to the adaptation of the law to the case of overseas territories, to energy regulation, and to gas and electric power sales regulated prices.
Report on the behalf of the Commission for economic affairs on the bill project related to energy and climate (no. 1908 and 2032) - Nr 2063: Volume I - Synthesis, Volume II - Comment of articles, Volume III - Reports, comparative text (working document - text which cannot be amended). Corrective letter
[en] After a synthetic presentation of the bill project initial text, this parliamentary report contains presentations of the main contributions made by the Commission with the following objectives: to precise objectives of the French energy policy, to act in such a way that actions undertaken by companies, the State and communities fully comply with objectives of reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, to strengthen the social support to employees of coal plants, to actually boost building energy-related renovation, to make the certificate for energy saving a reliable and efficient tool at the service of energy transition, to ease the deployment of renewable energies, to strengthen the efficiency of missions of the Commission for Energy Regulation (CRE), to adapt the mechanism of regulated access to historical nuclear electric power (ARENH) to the present competitive environment, to better assist the process of opening to competition of energy markets. The articles of the bill project are then commented. They address the objectives of the energy policy, arrangements in favour of climate, measures of simplification related to environmental assessment, the struggle against fraud involving energy savings, the implementation of the 'A clean energy for all Europeans' package, energy regulation, gas and electricity regulated sale prices, The third volume reports discussions of the Commission about proposed amendments, a comparative vision of the text indicating arrangements which the Commission proposes to withdraw and those it proposes to introduce. Another document contains an impact study of the different here-above mentioned aspects corresponding to the different chapters of the bill project.