Lyon, March 17th 2023
Tertiary Buildings In Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
In France, the building sector accounts for almost half of French final energy consumption (46%).
energy consumption (46%). The tertiary sector alone accounts for more than a third of this consumption.
of this consumption. The energy renovation of the tertiary sector is therefore a major
The energy renovation of the tertiary sector is therefore a major challenge for reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
In response to this challenge, the Tertiary Eco Energy scheme aims to achieve a gradual reduction in energy consumption over the next few years.
energy consumption over the next few decades:
->40% in 2030 ;
->50% by 2040
->and -60% by 2050.
All buildings (parts or groups of buildings) housing tertiary activities in the public and private sector for which the surface area of tertiary activities is greater than 1,000 m² are concerned (decree n°2019-771 of 23 July 2019 on the obligations to reduce final energy consumption in tertiary sector buildings)
In the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, the tertiary premises concerned by the
In the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, the tertiary sector premises concerned by the regulatory Eco Energie Tertiaire scheme account for 65% of energy consumption. In order to better understand the tertiary sector in the region, the State services (DREAL Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and the Regional Directorate of ADEME) have entrusted the regional observatory of the (CERC) Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes to carry out a study which has just been completed.
For the first time, this study provides a precise characterisation of the stock of
tertiary buildings in the region: surface areas, stock subject to the ecoenergy
tertiary scheme and years of construction. It shows the energy consumption by branch of activity and by department, but also of activity and by department, but also the activities and actors to be targeted as a priority to accelerate renovation.
Moreover, although the tertiary sector premises subject to the Tertiary Eco Energy scheme only represent
only 18% of the region’s tertiary premises, they nevertheless account for 65% of the tertiary sector’s
energy consumption of the tertiary sector. This confirms the need for strong action on these premises.
In the long term, these results will make it possible to put in place an effective energy renovation strategy defined in consultation with the sector’s professional actors.
This study and the actions implemented will be presented by ADEME, DREAL and CERC at the Be Positive1 DREAL and the CERC during the Be Positive1 fair from 21 to 23 March and the Mix E2 fair from 10 to 11 May in Lyon. Lyon. An experiment in business support will be presented by ADEME, with the by ADEME with the aim of reducing energy consumption (BOOSTER Entreprise Eco Energie Tertiaire).
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