MAKING IT POSSIBLE FOR RESIDENTS TO OPTIMISE THEIR ENERGY BILLS AND IMPROVE THEIR COMFORT, EVERY DAY.
Three-quarters of social housing stocks are classified as D, E, F or G, meaning that they consume more than 150 kWh per m2 each year. To address this situation, social housing providers are following through with their commitment to large-scale performance of energy-saving works, promoted by the Grenelle environmental law. The goal: obtaining a better energy label and ensuring optimised energy consumption, in accordance with environmental rules.
Depending on the type of works, one significant source of funding can cover up to 100% of this investment: Traditional and Fuel-Poverty White Certificates.
As an expert in the White Certificates scheme for a decade, CertiNergy can provide you with tailor-made support enabling you to optimise White Certificates subsidies and facilitate the implementation of energy-saving works.