Health priorities?

A recent study by the Ministry of Ecology Transition reports that users of hot sieves have significant health risks. However, labor costs that result in large public spending are Efficient energy refurbishment..

Energy refurbishment of heat sieving, which is a public health problem

Government priorities, “Heat sieve” represents about 4.8 million buildings Of French housing stock. Of these dwellings, which were classified as G by the Energy Performance Diagnosis (DPE) and were soon banned from the rental market, 1.3 million have proven to be particularly harmful to public health.

Fuel poverty

Fuel poverty and increasing health problems

Households with energy poverty develop moisture and mold because the temperature of their homes is too low.Estimate the location with 1/18 Probability of suffering from health problems the following year.. Results, whether fatal or not, range from acute coronary syndrome to more frequent pneumonia.

Only ambitious energy refurbishment neutralizes instability

Studies show that building renovations are an effective way to neutralize health effects.However, to be fully effective Energy refurbishment must be done completely.. Partial refurbishment leaves a 20% risk.Energy refurbishment projects probably need to be carried out at several stages of work fromInsulation Fully efficient energy equipment replacement.

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Reducing energy poverty to improve public accounting

The main purpose of this study is to clarify the economic benefits of energy conversion. Improving the health of residents is Save money related to energy poverty illness..

€ 7,500 per refurbished property for social and health benefits

Deterioration of the health of residents of Thermal Sheaves bears public costs, from the costs covered by health insurance to the social costs associated with mortality.

Thermal colander

Therefore, the most volatile French housing stock energy refurbishment is equivalent to savings of € 400 for medical expenses, € 1,400 for loss of welfare and € 5,700 for social costs per residence. In all, Savings 7,500 euros.. Of the 1.3 million homes labeled G, the calculations amount to save 10 billion.

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Only 37% of low-income households are implementing auxiliary energy refurbishment

The results of the refurbishment carried out between 2016 and 2019 are actual Progress of work to improve energy performance, Low-income households are not yet very involved in this refurbishment. Often, they were first affected by this fuel poverty, but they still benefit from access to financial assistance for ecosystem migration.

Financial assistance for energy renovation of unstable homes

The Habiter Mieux scheme is fully useful for low-income households through eligibility criteria. Assistance also includes an energy-saving certificate available to everyone and an interest-free loan solution available to all households.So, of course, there are many financial aid options Participate in energy conversionNot only, but also to ensure a life with less health risks.