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[en] The energy saving certificates (CEE) is a regulatory system obliging the energy suppliers to perform energy saving through various actions for the benefit of consumers. For communities and companies, this mechanism is an additional financial lever for their energy conservation projects. Because of this measure, energy suppliers are likely to financially support project owners. The aim of these two guidebooks is to present the energy saving certificates principles and to provide communities and companies with practical elements allowing them to integrate energy saving certificates into their energy control projects.
[en] After a presentation of the general context (recall of scope of applications of thermal regulations, of their requirements, of associated labels, and of issues related to the connection of buildings to a heat network), this report discusses how to take these networks into account in thermal regulations: discussion of indicators and coefficients to be compared between heating modes, presence of heat networks in the thermal regulation of existing buildings and of new buildings. A focus is proposed on CO2 content of heat networks.
[en] The objectives of this guide are to define a project of struggle against energy poverty, which are the main steps to be implemented, which are the existing good practices, and aspects to pay attention to. It first presents three prerequisites for the development of such projects: understanding the context, tools and actors of energy poverty, how a project of struggle against energy poverty emerges, how to define such a project (scope, steps, scales, targeted populations). The next part defines six major steps to design a successful project: to perform an audit of the situation, to define the strategic position of the project with respect to identified needs, to define the project economic model, to implement adapted and well-sized governance arrangements, to promote the appropriation of the project in order to ensure its sustainability, and to define success indicators and criteria and to foresee assessment tools. A set of twelve action sheets is proposed in appendix.